Together we thrive
At the Together Trust, our vision is a society where people thrive because they are valued within their communities.
We recognise the importance of providing our students, parents and guardians with access to careers information in preparation for future transitions.
At Inscape, we strive to attain the highest standards in our work, have respect for others and develop individual talents. These principles underpin the school's approach to developing employability skills in our students so that they can look forward with confidence.
We provide a range of events to offer providers an opportunity to access the school to offer impartial careers advice to students and/or their parents. Inscape House School has been awarded the Fair Train Silver Quality Standard Award, which recognises an excellent provision for work experience.
Work experience is an integral part of our curriculum. We’re looking for employers to offer a work experience placements for a few hours each week to young people from Greater Manchester.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reduced the number of opportunities our young people get to experience workplaces. Can your business offer work experience placements to students with autism in Greater Manchester?
Get in touch with Marie Young
t: 0161 283 4750
Labour Market Information is a useful tool to help in researching and identifying future jobs in the local area. Labour Market Information also supports in understanding the skills needed for certain roles and the demand for future employment. You can download and read Labour Market Information for different geographic areas here.
You can download our careers programme throughout the academic year for students from Year 8 to Year 14 here.
You can download our learner destination data from 2017-2021 here.
You can download 'The Parents Guide to Helping Your Child To Know What's Next' here.