The Thomas Hardye School
"Knowledge and Truth"

Careers Resources


Unifrog is an online careers platform offered to each student to help them research and record their career journey through the school. Currently our year 11,12 and 13 students have accounts and it will be rolled out to year 9 and 10 before the end of the summer. Going forth it will be introduced as the new year 9 group enrols to allow them to use the full scope of the platform. It gives parental/guardian access so you can look at what is being suggested. It can be used for things such as researching careers by skill or subject. If you complete the personality quiz it will match you by trait to jobs that match your answers. You can look at post 16 and post 18 options. Writing a CV or a personal statement for University. View a wide selection of Webinars and access a huge careers library that gives up to date Labour Market Information (LMI) including sector growth and wages both Nationally and in the South West. It can be used to record interactions with employer, activities and competencies so students never forget what they have done or what they have achieved.

National Careers Service

National Careers Service is an impartial and free service that helps individuals to research opportunities available to them. You can do a quick skill check to see what areas you need to improve, write an action plan with the help of an advisor or search a sector or job area that interests you.

ASK Apprenticeships

Amazing Apprenticeships have supported the Education & Skills Funding Agency, part of the Department for Education, to deliver the ASK programme since 2015. In this time, millions of individuals have been able to access a range of high-quality resources and materials to help them to navigate the apprenticeship, traineeship and T Levels landscape.


Get expert careers advice and guidance on job applications, CVs and cover letters, interview tips, getting into university, and career planning.

BBC bitesize

Whether you’re deciding what to study, taking your exams, planning a career, or just curious, we’re here to explain the world of work, with advice from people who've found the right path for them.

LMI for all career/LMI guide

Careerometer is a freely available widget provided by the LMI for All service. It is an easy way to get access to labour market information on your own website. Careerometer is the new, updated version of our Careerometer (version 1) widget developed early on in the project. This widget has enhanced browser and website compatibility and displays more data. Instructions on how to embed and format to your needs is detailed.

Careers pilot

Expert careers information and tools for 11-19 year olds, all in one place


Springpod is a careers platform where students can experience the world of work and university before they apply.


Real-life career videos, advice and information to inspire your career

Success at School

Search career sectors, what to study, useful links and how to get there, whether you're a school leaver, starting an apprenticeship or heading to university.

University of Surrey - University and Your Future

Identify your strengths and learn how to use your time at university to explore career options and prepare for future job roles.