Year 8 Work Shadowing – Wednesday 20 July

At the moment, 25 students have accepted the chance to take part in a ‘Work-Shadowing’ experience, observing a professional to gain a better understanding of the role. 

With the agreement of employers, students can shadow a family member in their workplace through the Work Shadowing Day: Wednesday 20 July.   Students will be provided with a short activity to complete relating to their placement and it will be sent to them via their school email account.

If you would like your child to participate in the Work Shadowing Day on Wednesday 20 July 2022, please complete the online Parent/Carer Consent Form (  Your child will have to log into Google to access the form.  Please work on completing the form together.  The deadline for completing the Consent Form will be Friday 15 July 2022.

New TSAS Careers Logo

The Careers Team are very proud to present their brand new logo – designed by Oliver Ayers in Year 9, in collaboration with Aria Ryan in Year 12.

A big congratulations to Oliver Ayers for winning the Careers Logo competition! We would like to thank Oliver for his hard work on this fantastic design.

We would also like to thank Aria Ryan for using their creativity and graphic design skills to work with Oliver to bring his design to life! A huge well done to both students.

Look out for the Careers logo around school, on the newsletter, and on our school website for all things Careers. You can also follow the Careers Team on Twitter at @tsascareers 

Flying Opportunities

The Aviatrix Project

The Aviatrix Project is a charity that encourages young people, particularly young women to take a career path in the aviation industry. They have 12 Taster flights available for students in Norfolk this year. We have the following taster flights and experiences are now open for applications. The aim of the fights are to assist anyone, who might otherwise not have the necessary resources, to experience flying.

  • 12 Taster flights with Flying Made Easy at Old Buckenham Airfield
  • 12 Taster flights with Take Flight Aviation at Enstone Airfield
  • 20 737 Simulator flight with an instructor with FlightPad at The University of  West London
  • 2 FlightPad memberships for 6 months

They are for aspiring pilots of both genders aged 14 and above with no upper age limit. Closing date is 12 noon on Monday 18th April 2022. Winners will be announced in May 2022. Visit our website for more details and how to apply –

Student Careers Event with British Airways

Are you ready to take your career to new heights? From Pilots to Cabin Crew, Project Management and Business to Engineers and Digital. British Airways, one of the U.K’s most iconic brands, has a career waiting for you!

On Wednesday 30th March from 5:00pm – 6:00pm, we are going to be hosting our first exclusive event with British Airways to showcase the many career opportunities on offer at one of the world’s most distinguished airlines. British Airways is the UK’s largest international scheduled airline, flying to nearly 600 destinations around the world to millions of passengers. 

It’s an exciting time to be at British Airways. They’re growing their global route network, investing in their fleet, and transforming the experience they offer customers. Provided you’re curious, mindful and open to new experiences, you can make a real impact from day one. Whether you aspire to work in their global head office, face to face with their customers at Heathrow Airport, or behind the scenes in the engineering and operations teams, there’s an opportunity for you.

Discover where a career with British Airways could take you. Click the link below to register yourself for our upcoming online event.

Registration Link:

Any questions or queries do let Dan Miller know.

Dan / Young Professionals / @youngprouk

Dan Miller

Founder and CEO |


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Future Jobs Survey

Given that Covid restrictions are beginning to ease, the school is being approached by employers asking if they can come into school to talk to students about future Career opportunities.

With this in mind, we’d like to ask students about their possible future plans using this survey:  It doesn’t matter if students are unsure as yet.

If students could complete the survey by 31 March, we can then begin to consider plans for visitors coming into school, and publicise events to the school community.

If you have any questions, please email the Careers Team (