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Phoenix Park Academy seek to maximise the life chances of all of our young people and so it is crucial to prepare young people for life beyond Academy and college. The values and principals of our offer aims to develop:

‘knowledge, skills and attributes that Phoenix Park Academy students need to lead successful and happy lives’

Our vision is to provide the support required for each individual’s personalised pathway into post 16. To support learners to obtain experience, awareness and skills that will be an aspiration towards their development. With our high levels of support using external agencies and community links that will help each learner to gain confidence and allow them to thrive within their journey to their preferred destination.

As an academy, we will:

Careers Hub

We are one of 5 North East Lincolnshire members of the Humber Careers Hub,  The Careers Hub was launched in September 2018 by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (Humber LEP) and the Careers & Enterprise Company, a central government funded organisation that works with schools nationally to promote a network between education and employers as well as support for careers education in schools.

As a Humber Hub school, we regularly meet with other schools in the region to evaluate and share best practice with regard to careers education.

Careers Leaders:

Liam Williamson Careers Leader at Park House – williamsonl@phoenixpark.academy     01472 323597                                                          

Tom Hardy Careers Leader at Phoenix House – hardyt@phoenixpark.academy                  01472 351412


View our Careers Policy here.

View our Careers Plan here.



Phil McConnel is our Enterprise Advisor and is a valuable resource from industry that we can use to help support our students in developing their knowledge of the world of work.

Phil is the Deputy Partnership Director for ENGIE which is a company engaged with North East Lincolnshire Council in a Regeneration Partnership seeking to develop the region by increasing skills, jobs and infrastructure. He has a long career which has given him experience of working in the public and private sectors in a range of disciplines which is more than happy for our students and their parents to draw upon to assist them to move into their chosen careers. “At ENGIE we really see the value of developing young people to ensure that they have not only the academic knowledge to apply for jobs but also that they have employability skills which will help them to be successful when they apply” Phil said, “I am constantly and pleasantly surprised by the enthusiasm, intelligence and zest for life that the students of Phoenix Park Academy have and I am looking forward to developing a robust and meaningful careers programme with the teachers”.


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Please read the article about our mobile classroom that was made possible by the ongoing support from Phillips 66.