CXK Recognises Careers Teacher of the Year

Monday 23rd May 2016

CXK, together with 51 finalists from schools across from Kent, Medway and Bexley, celebrated the achievements of teachers and education professionals who go above the line of duty to provide children and young people with the best quality education.

Specifically recognising the work of the county’s careers advisers in helping young people realise their ambitions and match their skills to the world of work, CXK presented the “Careers Adviser of the Year” award to Sarah Kendrick-White of the Canterbury Academy.  Sarah, as part of her role, is responsible for careers guidance to all pupils in Years 7-14 and provides a range of opportunities for them to access the best possible help.  She works with local employers, runs lunchtime and after-school careers clubs and helps pupils apply for university.

These awards are an annual event and this is the second time that CXK has presented the award for careers advice.  They are organised by the KM Charity Team in partnership with the KM Group.