Helen Cable (Careers Leader) - Click here to email - Tel: 01732 840995
Mrs Helen Cable is The Malling School Careers Leader who holds accredited training at Level 6 through Canterbury Christchurch University. She has worked at The Malling School for over 24 years and has been part of the CEIAG team for about 15 years.
It is important that all our students are fully supported and guided through the process of planning their futures. With a CEIAG team of careers professionals and a programme of education, information, advice and guidance for all students from Years 7 -13 we believe our students are all well prepared for their futures.
Angela Willis (Careers Adviser) - Click here to email - Tel: 01732 840995 EXT 250
Miss Angela Willis is The Malling School Careers Adviser for years 7 to 11. She has a BA/BSC degree with honours in Applied Social Sciences and Early Childhood Studies and holds an NVQ Level 4 in Advice and Guidance Counselling.
At The Malling School, we want to send our students out into the world as well rounded individuals who are ready to embrace the challenges of life and meet their full potential. In my work, I aim to raise the aspirations of students, open their minds to a future they may not have considered before, help them discover what they love to do and to help students and their families feel calm and reassured as they journey their way through a time of transition when it can feel that there are big, life changing decisions to be made.
Lisa Alexander (Careers Adviser) - Click here to email - Tel: 01732 840995 EXT 261
Mrs Lisa Alexander is The Malling School Careers Adviser for years 12 and 13. She has an NVQ Level 4 in Advice and Guidance Counselling.
At The Malling School, the Sixth Form prepares its students for future success in education, employment or training. My role is to provide unbiased information to all about potential next steps. I give high-quality, up-to-date and locally relevant careers guidance and provide opportunities for good quality, meaningful encounters with the world of work. Our Sixth Form careers programme ensures students are resilient and prepared for future success by helping them to build invaluable employability skills in order to navigate their way through the 21st century job market.
We are constantly looking to develop and expand our careers offer and welcome feedback and ideas from students, parents, carers and professional partners.
If you have any suggestions on how we can improve upon our service, then please do not hesitate to contact one of our team on the email links above.