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Arden Futures

Welcome to the Arden Futures website, your comprehensive resource for everything related to the Futures provision at Arden. 

Whether you're a student, guardian, volunteer, teacher, or anyone involved in supporting our students on their journey towards their next steps, you've come to the right place. Our website offers a wealth of information, including a detailed overview of each year group's involvement and the latest opportunities both within and beyond school. 

If you ever need assistance or can't find what you're looking for, please don't hesitate to reach out. Contact Mr. Carbery at, and we'll be more than happy to assist you in any way we can. 

Arden Futures Newsletter

Enjoy our most recent Arden Futures Newsletter, which contains all the exciting things each year group have been doing and some amazing opportunities and resources for both students and Parents.

Arden Futures Autumn Newsletter.pdf

Careers Advice Referral Form

If you are a student who needs some support or a guardian who believes that your child needs some guidance. Please fill in the referral form below, and we will arrange a session with our Careers Advisor.

Are you a past student at Arden? Click the link above to learn how  get involved and support current students in learning about life after Arden.

Are you interested in getting involved with Arden Futures? Whatever your career path, we would love to have you involved learn more and sign up on the Employer Engagement tab

Arden Futures Website Guide.pdf

If you've every wondered what Arden Futures is about...

“Throughout my time at Arden I was unsure as to what I wanted to do post Sixth Form. Whilst at the Arden Futures Fair in Year 10, I had the opportunity to speak with an Occupational Therapist which reminded me of a prior encounter I had with an OT when I was younger. This led me to do more research into what the job entailed and what I needed to achieve qualifications-wise to be able to train as an Occupational Therapist.

I enrolled on and completed a virtual work experience course with Allied Healthcare Mentor during lockdown which confirmed OT was what I wanted to do in the future. The work experience gave me the confidence, knowledge and experience necessary to complete the University application and interview procedure.

I received five offers and am now studying Occupational Therapy at Cardiff University, the top ranked University for Occupational Therapy in the UK.”