Resources to inspire young minds and build skills.

Futures activities for secondary school children are designed to build on foundations laid through our primary resources. With a strong focus remaining on STEM subjects, our secondary programme also aims to support skills development and pathways that will lead into sustainable careers in the future.

If you are a student thinking about what GCSEs you might choose - or a careers advisor or parent helping a young person make decisions about their future career paths - then our career route maps can help guide you. Each of our career route maps can be downloaded on our Education Downloads page.

We’ve also asked some of Horizon’s employees to talk about their jobs, how they got to where they are and the qualifications and experiences they have. Each of our employee profiles can be downloaded on our Education Downloads page.

We’re currently developing lessons to accompany the Energy and Environmental Kits that will be distributed to every secondary school on Anglesey ahead of the academic year 2017. We are also developing a Global Citizenship Challenge for the Welsh Baccalaureate with Anglesey secondary teachers so please come back in the future and see what’s new.

Employability Skills

North Wales Economic Ambition Board, Careers Wales and Horizon Nuclear Power have worked in partnership to create a short film to help young people get ready for the world of work by explaining what skills are needed to succeed and what employers are looking for. Whether it’s writing a CV or preparing for an interview, these top tips are designed to help young people improve their employability.


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