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Apprenticeships at The Rosedale Hewens Academy Trust

In collaboration with HCUC (Harrow College & Uxbridge College)

We are an Academy Trust of three primary schools; Brookside Primary, Rosedale Primary, Hewens Primary, two colleges; Rosedale College, Hewens College and two studio colleges; Parkside Studio College and De Salis Studio College with strong links to the three Little Marvels Nursery Services settings within the Hillingdon Borough. Our aim is to continue to provide key skills to enable our students to develop fundamental life and work skills required to begin a career journey and excel in the world of work!

Starting an apprenticeship

To start an apprenticeship with us, you’ll need to:

  • be 16 or over
  • live in England
  • not be in full-time education

You can apply for an apprenticeship with us while you’re still at school but you’ll need to be 16 or over by the end of the summer holidays to start the apprenticeship.

What you'll do as an apprentice

An apprenticeship is a job where you’ll:

  • earn a wage and get holiday pay
  • work alongside experienced staff
  • gain job-specific skills
  • get time for training and study related to your role

You will work, learn and earn in one of our settings and attend training to complete your certificate at Uxbridge College. 


Why choose to do an Apprenticeship with us? 

At The Rosedale Hewens Academy Trust Academy, we are committed to working across our organisation, and with our wider community to supporting hardworking, dedicated and motivated individuals to engage with the relevant workforce, and gain valuable employability skills. We are dedicated to keeping building a sustainable apprenticeship programme, which offers employment in various roles across our Trust and we believe we are very well positioned to support individuals, in the very first steps of their chosen career pathway. We strongly welcome the prospect to create a community of young apprentices in the workplace, and in doing so, we can offer progression opportunities through additional and bespoke CPD (Continuous Professional Development), as well as the possibility of continued employment after studies and training, has been completed. 

Levels of apprenticeships

You’ll earn a qualification from your apprenticeship.

The 4 different apprenticeship levels are:

  • intermediate: level 2
  • advanced: level 3
  • higher: level 4 or 5
  • degree: level 6 or 7

Apprenticeships also have equivalent educational levels listed on GOV.UK. For example, a level 3 apprenticeship is considered the same level of qualification as 2 or 3 A levels.

Special educational needs guide

Disability Rights UK has a guide to apprenticeships that you may find useful.

The guide includes stories from real apprentices with special educational needs or disabilities.

Our Current Vacancies  

No Current Vacancies

To find out more, please contact:

Lisa Mills
Phone number: 07852 827 869