Careers Strategy 

Teddington Futures – Career Education and Guidance


At Teddington School we not only aspire to academic success, but we also aim to support the development of well-rounded individuals prepared and ready for the opportunities and challenges of the world of work. 

A key aspect of this work is raising the awareness of our students to the diverse range of careers and educational pathways open to them and this is the focus of our ‘Teddington Futures’ Team.

The ‘Teddington Futures’ Team consists of Paul McGrath, Careers Leader and Career Advisers, Francis Kennedy and Alexandra Holmes and is supported by the school’s Community Governor Barnaby Mollett. As a team, they work to deliver an engaging and impactful programme of career education and guidance across the school which will empower our students to make informed choices about their future career pathways.


The team can be contacted via email:


Want to get involved?


Teddington School welcomes the involvement of parents, employers and local training providers in our ‘Teddington Futures’ programme and there are a number of ways you can participate: 

  • Career Carousel Events
  • Career Insight Talks
  • Mock Interviews
  • Workplace Experiences

You don’t need to be an ‘expert’ in your field, you just need to love the work you do and to be happy to share your experiences, provide information and insight about your job and career, and the educational pathways that have got you there. 

This a great way to support the school, to inspire young people and to make a difference to our students’ futures. 

We will be holding our next Career Carousel event at the school on Friday 2nd February 2018 and would welcome volunteers to sign up to support this exciting day.

To find out more about this event, the other opportunities and to register your interest please click here.

If you know someone else who might also be interested in participating (family, friends, employers or local businesses) please do feel free to share this information. We are keen to get the whole Teddington School community involved in the programme.


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