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Lyndon School holds hugely successful Year 11 Careers Convention to inspire students to think big about their future

Lyndon School held their Year 11 Careers Convention on the 6th of October.  Students, parents and carers were invited to the annual event where a wide array of local colleges, universities and training providers put on exhibitions.  Those exhibiting at the convention answered questions about how to choose an apprenticeship or college course or decide on a career route.  

Organisations that exhibited at the convention included:

Access Creative

Alderbrook School

Arden Academy

Army Careers

Balfour Beatty Vinci

Birmingham Careers Service

Birmingham City University

Birmingham Metropolitan College

Cadbury College

HOET Training

Sixth Form College Solihull

Solihull College

South and City College

Stratford on Avon College


University College Birmingham

University of Birmingham

West Midlands Police

WMG Engineering Academy

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Principal Mr Abid Butt said:

At its core, the Personal Development curriculum at Lyndon School promotes the cultural, spiritual, moral, physical, psychological, and social development of all our students, with the goal of deepening their knowledge and broadening their horizons.   I am delighted that so many students, parents and carers attended our annual Careers Convention.  It’s vital for young people to explore all the options available to them at Post-16 and I am glad we had such a fantastic array of exhibitors.  I truly believe our students can go on to do anything they set their minds to and we will do everything we can to make sure they are both challenged and supported to realise their ambitions.”