Student Career Services
Positive, Confidential, Accessible, Impartial, Bespoke
The Career Services Team at Lycée Winston Churchill supports and motivates all secondary school students — in both the French Baccalauréat (Bac) and International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP) programmes — to shape their applications to top universities around the world and to consider their career goals beyond the Lycée.
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Meet our team
11 degrees (masters and bachelors) earned in the UK, France, the US, Canada, Ireland, and the Netherlands.
8 cultural backgrounds: British, French, American, Spanish, Italian, German, Greek, and Dutch.
6 sectors of professional experience: Law, Business Management, Education, Drama, Psychology and Real Estate.
Danielle RAYMOND, Head of Career Services, Senior Leadership Team Member
Roxanne TURK, Careers Counsellor & Drama Therapist
Stephanie MUSSI, Career Services Team Assistant
And our academic team members:
John FEEHAN, Oxbridge Specialist, English & Drama Teacher, CIS Coordinator
Maaike KAANDORP, Netherlands Specialist, Humanities Teacher, IB Diploma Programme Coordinator
Phone 0203 824 4922 or email email@example.com
Presentations and events throughout the year
The Careers Team offers a range of presentations and events to our students and parents all through the academic year, including:
Leap courses for high-achieving students
Starting in the second term of Year 11/Seconde, high-achieving students intending to apply for the most competitive courses and universities have the opportunity to join the Lycee’s Leap Programme. This will prepare them thoroughly for entrance exams or interviews they may have in Year 13/Terminale.
Beginning in the autumn term of Year 12/Première, students can specialise in one or two subjects, with up to two hours per week of extra lessons. We do not charge additional fees for these classes. Leap courses are offered in all mainstream subjects, such as politics, history, economics, mathematics, physics, biology, and chemistry, but should a student express an interest in a specialised topic, we can also support their interest; for instance, we ran a course in anthropology in the recent past. The Leap Programme runs until the Toussaint holiday of Year 13/Terminale (November 1), around which time most entrance exams take place.