• Frog icon
  • Facebook logo
  • Flickr logo
  • Twitter logo
  • YouTube logo
  • Search

Latest Careers News

Ahead of his victory in the Great City Games 100m race on Deansgate, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey popped in to spend some time with our students.


Female students from across the Education and Leadership Trust visited Manchester Airport as part of International Women’s Day and National Careers Week.


As part of the school’s commitment to showcase STEM careers, students were given the opportunity to take part in numerous technology activities.

More Careers News

Careers Team

Mrs Appleby / about me

Work Experience/Careers Coordinator

I have worked here at Whalley Range for 21 years. I love the work that I do here at Whalley Range and helping the students when they reach the two most important years of their school life.


Mrs Acton / about me

Careers Advisor

Working as a Level 6 qualified careers advice and guidance practitioner, I am passionate about supporting students in making important decisions in their lives. I support Whalley Range 11-18 High School pupils on their career path and also help them to overcome any barriers to learning and employment opportunities.


Mr Corney / about me

CEIAG Coordinator

I’m a media teacher and communications professional with a desire to offer students a platform to succeed in their chosen subject area. My duty as CEIAG coordinator is to inform students of career opportunities and support their progression from the school to college, sixth form or work-based learning.


Careers at Whalley Range

At Whalley Range 11-18 High School, we work hard to ensure that all our students have the opportunity to make informed decisions about their future. We are delighted to have been accredited with the Inspiring IAG (Information and Guidance) Bronze, Silver and Gold awards, which recognises good quality careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). Read more

We work closely with Our Futures to offer careers guidance and work experience opportunities. Our Future aim to inform and inspire our citizens of the future to become highly employable and aspirational. They aim to equip students with an awareness of the labour market, along with the skills, qualities and experience needed to succeed.

Twitter (@wrhs1118_CEIAG)

Congratulations @ShehuTim 👏. Great to see so many votes cast. https://t.co/JmH85qsP1f
It’s your last day to vote for Gill as @careerschampion! What are you waiting for? ☑️ https://t.co/eBiSNqHgAo
Keep voting! 🤞 https://t.co/eBiSNqHgAo