Could you offer a work experience placement to a Richmond student?
|School||Work experience dates||Year group|
|Richmond Youth Service (P4U)||November 2013 to April 2014 - Internship placements||12 and 13|
|Waldegrave School for Girls||17 to 28 March 2014||10 (200 students)|
|Christ’s School||22 April to 2 May 2014||10 (120 students)|
|Clarendon School||2 to 13 June 2014||11 (15 students)|
|St James Independent School for Boys||16 to 20 June 2014||12 (50 students)|
|Richmond Park Academy||7 to 11 July 2014||10 (94 students)|
|Orleans Park School||7 to 18 July 2014||10 (200 students)|
|Grey Court School||7 to 11 July 2014||10 (40 to 50 students)|
|Teddington School||14 to 18 July 2014||10 (220 students)|
|Hampton Independent School||Summer 2014|
|Richmond Adult and Community College||TBC|
|St James Independent School for boys||1 to 5 September 2014||11 (50 students)|
Are you able to offer a placement to a student? If so please contact the Education Business Partnership on 020 8487 5392 or email@example.com
REBP provides support to employers who would like to offer a placement to a young person.
A member of the Education Business Partnership team will arrange a date to visit your premises to carry out a work experience pre-placement check. This involves discussing the tasks that the student would complete and any hazards and risks associated with them, writing and agreeing a job description for the student, and having a discussion regarding any other aspects of the placement. This visit also gives you the chance to ask any questions that you may still have about the process.
You will be asked to indicate during which months of the year you are able to offer a placement, the job description will then be published to the relevant schools. REBP will contact you when a student selects the placement as one of their preferred choices.
If your organisation is unable to offer work experience but would like to find out about other ways to support young people in Richmond have a look at our Getting Involved page.