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Destination Champions

With high expectations for all our children and young people, aspirational destinations are identified early to support children and young people achieve their full potential and reach their desired destinations, such as:

• Being Independent

• Working with support in my community

• Volunteering in my community

• Playing a part in my community

• Taking control

• Taking part

• Being involved

August 2021 saw Kian leave Hollinwood Academy. He achieved a variety of qualifications at Hollinwood Academy, including Employability and functional skills in Mathematics and English. He stayed within the Multi-Academy trust after leaving Hollinwood Academy and proceeded to New Bridge College, where he enrolled in the pre-internship pathway. He has kept up his diligent approach to learning, and he is about to have his first interview for a position working in the service carriage of trains. As a school we wish you the best of luck in your forthcoming interview.

Here are a few words from Kian:

I’m now into my second year into Pre-Interns I’ve now experienced a variety of different work placements mostly within the catering industry; which is something I never thought I would be able to manage.
Now I’m in my second year and look at me now I can work more independently and have been searching and applying for suitable jobs within the transport industry and that’s an industry I want to work in. I’ve recently applied for Jobs at Metrolink and Transport for Wales. I’ve been lucky to get a first stage interview with Transport for Wales and it’s based at Manchester Piccadilly. I have come a long way from when I first started in the Pre-interns last year and I’m proud of my achievements. I feel more confident and positive about my future.