Rawmarsh students set to impress!
Year 11 students took part in their careers day last week and attended sessions on Higher Education, Apprenticeships and UCAS Progress as well as each student taking part in an individual ‘mock’ interview with a visiting professional.
The students were a fantastic credit to themselves and we can’t thank the visitors enough for giving their time and sharing their knowledge and insight with the students.
The feedback from the visitors about our students was overwhelmingly positive:
“Please pass on my thanks to your Students for their participation and involvement in the sessions. This is my second time at Rawmarsh and as always your students were a pleasure to work with and are a credit to Rawmarsh Community School. I look forward to working with you again.”
Rose Aizlewood DWP
“I had the pleasure of being one of those who hopefully in some way assisted your Students on the Year 11 Careers Day on Friday the 6th October 2017. I felt that I had to write to you to say how polite, courteous and well-mannered the students who I interviewed were. To congratulate them on their smart appearance and on the effort they put in on the day, they are a credit to themselves and the school.”
Christopher J Beavan (Retired Police Officer)
“All my interviewees were very polite and cheerful and well turned out
with their appearance and looking very smart. Please congratulate each and every one of them as I appreciate they were nervous and a little unsure of what to expect but they all did themselves proud. Well done Y11’s you are all an asset to Rawmarsh School and good luck for the future.”
Ian Foster – South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service.
“The event at Rawmarsh School was probably the best Careers Event I have attended, I do about 6 of these a year and yours was organised superbly. Your students had obviously been well prepared for the event, all of the ones I saw came across as very well mannered, they all presented themselves excellently, sat up straight, maintained eye contact, listened avidly and the ones that were nervous soon relaxed. Your Year 11 students are a credit to your school.”
Sue Dobbs Geo. Houlton & Sons