Information for Employers and Other Educational Establishments

What's On at Don Valley?

Keep up to date with our careers events & information through our school Twitter page @DeltaDonValley

Careers Cafes Employer & Educational Institution Visits

Throughout the year our careers team organise different events inviting external organisations into the Academy, including:

  • Universities
  • Colleges
  • Local Businesses
  • Apprenticeship Providers

These will be announced via our Twitter page and the Don Valley Academy website.

If you would like to attend please email

Baker Clause

As a Trust, we have key aims to ensure the life chances of our students. These are to raise the aspirations of our students and to engage their parents, careers and families in this process. Delta Academies Trust invite our learners, along with their family members to our Careers & Aspirations Day on Friday 23rd November 2018. The fair is open from 11am-7pm.

Learners will have the opportunity to visit the stands of over 40 Employers, Colleges, Universities and Apprenticeship Providers, such as DHL, Polypipe, South Yorkshire Police & Fire Services, The Armed Forces, Universities and Colleges from across the region and our partners at the Universities of Oxford & Cambridge. This is the chance for our learners to ask the important questions for their next steps, curriculum choices for GCSE, A Level and careers and destinations at Post 16 and 18.

If you would like to attend this as an employer or other educational establishment please email

Employability Sessions

We recently held employability sessions in the Lecture Theatre every Wednesday with special guest Susan Black from Michael Page Group. These sessions are to provide information on 'how to make yourself employable', discussing:

  • Communication & people skills
  • How to manage social media accounts
  • CV tips
  • Mock interview practice
  • What different employers look for

Work Experience - Year 12 Students

Work Experience Week will take place in July. For further information see the DC6 website. 

All year 12 students are expected to have found a suitable placement for work experience week.

What students need to do

  • Find a suitable placement
  • Take employer details to Mr Whaley (Name of manager, phone number, email address & company address)
  • Pass the employer our email address and ask them to send a copy of their liability insurance- 
  • Take home a consent form and bring it back once completed

If you would like to offer a work experience place please email