Can anyone register for the site?
Anyone can access and enjoy the careers information and advice on our website, but to register you’ll need to be a current school or college student or a designated teacher.
If you’re not a student, you’re still very welcome to view all of the pages on the site. If you're a parent you can join our mailing list and stay up to date with the latest information that we send out.
Will you keep adding new content?
Yes, we update the site with new content all the time. We are always pleased to receive ideas, comments and suggestions from students and teachers too. If you want to get in touch, drop us an email here.
What do you offer employers and universities?
We offer employers and universities the chance to connect with schools and the bright and wonderful students who use our site.
Employers and Universities, you can post a detailed profile for your organisation on our site, including links and multimedia. Empoyers can post jobs, apprenticeships, work experience and other opportunities relevant to our students. Universities have the ability to list news, events and available courses.
Employers and universities: If you’re interested in posting a profile or other marketing opportunities on the site please Working with Success at School for more information.
Can I submit an article?
If you would like to pitch an article or share your content, please email us at email@example.com.
Can I publish your content on my website?
We are very happy for you to link to our pages on your website or on social media, but if you want to publish any of our articles or other content directly on your website, please contact us first to get permission.
Who writes your content?
Success at School's content is designed and produced by an independent editorial team that talks to teachers, students, employers, and careers professionals to make sure that young people get balanced, useful and engaging information about their career choices.
Do you offer guides for teachers to deliver careers advice?
We have developed a series of lesson plans to help teachers deliver unbiased advice. The plans are shaped around the site and include signposting to other free and relevant resources. Please get in touch for more information.
Are you accredited?
Our lesson plans are designed by a qualified careers adviser in line with the CDI/ACEG framework. We have been recognised by the DfE for our provision of independent careers information and we are recommended by the National Careers Service.