The process of planning for Post-16 education starts with a discussion when the child is in year 9 (see Post-16 Process Map), followed by Annual Review meetings, interviews with the LA Connexions Adviser and discussions between the school, parents/carers and the young person.

Marjory Kinnon provides careers guidance and support for pupils and parents in conjunction with the Careers Advisor in Hounslow 14-19 service and the West London Careers Hub.

The advisor attends Annual Reviews and visits pupils in school to interview them and explore Post 16 options. The advisor supports parents with phone calls and advice linked to offers, destinations and transition.

The service also provides a Year 9 careers and destinations meeting for parents and pupils in Year 9.

The school has a work related learning curriculum in KS4.  The Gatsby benchmarks underpin the curriculum and provision.  The school also runs a bespoke Careers Fair day, where pupils can find out about careers and fill in job applications and experience mock interviews.

The children also get in-house work experiences that include running a café and supporting teachers in the primary department. Some students also get to participate in external work experience placements within the local community.

There are 2 main pathways for the pupils:

  • A local college supported education provision
  • A special school 6th form.

There is currently only one special school sixth form provider in Hounslow that is Oaklands School Sixth Form.

Responsibility and oversight for careers is held by Ms S Starr- Deputy Headteacher - Secondary.  Ms Starr can be contacted on or via the School Office on 020 8890 8890.


Education and Training Providers 

All students in Years 8 to 11 at Marjory Kinnon School are entitled to:

  • find out about technical education qualifications and apprenticeship opportunities, as part of our careers programme which provides information on the full range of education and training options available at each transition point;
  • hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer, including technical education and apprenticeships;
  • understand how to make applications for the full range of academic and technical courses.

Our Provider Access Policy Statement sets out how education and training providers have access to our students.

Provider Access Policy Statement