Cleeve School

Student Opportunities

Current Apprenticeship Opportunities

 Ontic Engineering & Manufacturing

The Apprenticeship Open Day for 2021 intake has now passed. Please keep an eye on their website for more opportunities and job vacancies. 

Ontic Aerospace


Cheltenham Borough Council Apprenticeships

Please  keep an eye on the vacancy page for future opportunities. 

Cheltenham Borough Council Jobs/Apprenticeships


Gloucestershire College Apprenticeships

Gloucestershire College have a fantastic page on their website that advertises Apprenticeship opportunities across Gloucestershire.  They currently have over 50 vacancies advertised, with more added each day. There are some brilliant opportunities available in many different industries including Business, Engineering, Education, Hospitality and Marketing. 

Gloucestershire College Apprenticeship Vacancies


NHS Jobs & Apprenticeships

For all NHS jobs and apprenticeships, please visit or


Gloucestershire Hospitals Apprenticeship Drop in Session

If you are interested in finding out more about NHS apprenticeships,  Gloucestershire Hospital Apprenticeship team will be hosting a virtual drop in session, on Thursday 12th August (GCSE Results Day) between 12-2pm.  They will be offering information and guidance about the schemes they offer. 

For more information and to register for the event, please email

Work Experience Opportunities


To feed the interests of students passionate about STEM, particularly engineering, GE Aviation are delighted to announce that they will be running a Summer Engineering Virtual Work Experience. 

 The work experience will run in the week of 2nd of August - Monday to Thursday 9am - 4pm and Friday 9am until midday. 

 The virtual work experience week will entail the following - 

  1. Soft Skills Workshops - Interview skills, personal branding, communication, presentation etc. 
  2. Hard Skills Workshops - Arduino for Dummies, CAD, Lean workshop etc. 
  3. A major project to be completed by students in a team
  4. Exposure to the aviation industry and an opportunity to expand their network

 On successful completion of this work experience week, students will be awarded SILVER level Industrial Cadets Award

If you know any students who may be interested in this opportunity, they can apply by filling the form below and sending it to latest by 21st July 2021. 

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact them.

Work Experience Application Form


Exciting opportunity for 'Virtual Medical Work Experience'- using Microsoft Teams, the student will be linked with a facilitating Doctor and a patient. 

Virtual Medical Work Experience Information



What’s planned?

Virtual Allied Health Professional Virtual Work Experience Session (Date to be confirmed)

Allied health professionals Virtual work experience day - The Allied Health Professions (AHPs) comprise of 14 distinct occupations including: art therapists, dietitians, drama therapists, music therapists, occupational therapists, operating department practitioners, orthoptists, osteopaths, paramedics, physiotherapists, podiatrists, prosthetists and orthotists, diagnostic and therapeutic radiographers, and speech and language therapists.

We will be showcasing a number of these professionals who carry out their amazing work from Gloucester Royal NHS Foundation Trust.

More details will follow in the upcoming weeks.

Virtual Midwifery Taster Day Wednesday 17th November 2021, 13:30 -16:30

Due to the success of our Midwifery Virtual Taster Day, we will be hosting further events throughout the year. Further details will be released as soon as we have confirmed dates.



Are you interested in the following professions:

Occupational Therapy
Prosthetics and orthotics
Speech and language therapy

Learn more & register for the programme here:

This programme is available to support all aspiring healthcare students as an alternative to in-person NHS work experience during the pandemic. 

During the work experience day, students will follow 2 patients from their initial presentation to recovery. Students will observe the healthcare professionals as they interact with the patients and and also each other. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions and gain knowledge through teaching. This will help students to make an informed career decision as well as learn about how healthcare professionals work together as part of a multidisciplinary team. Each work experience day is completely different and students will be able to build on their knowledge of NHS careers as they see different patient cases and their healthcare professionals work in a variety of settings, such as hospital and community.

Students will receive certificates as evidence of having participated in the work experience programme. Students can register individually through the website link above. Places are just £10 a day to cover administrative costs and run the tech on the day. If schools wish to register students onto the programme, you can do this via the website, and if you require assistance please get in touch with our admin team on the following link -



Due to Covid 19 restrictions,  Work Experience placements have been unable to go ahead this year. However, Springpod are offering Virtual Work Experience placements to Year 12 students. 

Year 12 Virtual Work Experience Presentation

Volunteering Opportunities

Aged between 14-17 and looking for something fun and worthwhile to do this summer?

WAM Youth are looking for help with their holiday clubs and activity days, which would help you gain volunteering experience and an award for your CV at the same time! This would also count towards your DofE Volunteering section.
Dates are from Monday 2nd to Friday 20th August and sessions look like this:
Mondays & Fridays: 9.30-3.30: Winchcombe Youth Hub (Old Boys School on Gretton Road).
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 9.30-3.30 in the WAM Woods.
Thursdays are trip days venues TBC.
Monday 23rd to Friday 27th August consists of afternoon sessions only at Winchcombe School as part their new Year 7s Induction Week.
There's no need to take part in all the days, just a minimum of 4, and you must be able to attend the training session on 22nd July, 10am-1pm.
Just sign up via this form and WAM will be in touch!