Alumni

Aima Sheikh
"Keep your options open, you don’t always have to go for ‘obvious’ careers. Look around and think about what course or career will suit you, or what you will still enjoy in the future, leading you to a rewarding and fulfilling career. Don’t feel pressured to go into something you won’t be comfortable with. B6 puts students first and encourages them to get out of their comfort zone. The Careers Team gave me so much support in exploring my strengths and career options. Completing a work placement at a local Podiatry clinic was when I realised I had found my dream career. I encourage all future students to take part in work experience or volunteering to help them find the right path for them. The support from The Sixth Form was consistent, I was encouraged to work harder and I am still in touch with the Careers Team as I am a member of the Alumni and they are one of the reasons I push myself more on my university course."
 

Aima Sheikh

Currently studying Podiatry at Salford University and undertaking placements at WWL NHS Trust.

Previous School

St. James's Church of England High School

B6 Class of

2020

Subjects

IT, Law and Health & Social Care

Life after B6

University of Salford, Manchester

Alumni News

B6 ALUMNI MEMBER SECURES APPRENTICESHIP WITH VERTU JAGUAR LAND ROVER

Posted: 16/10/2022

Emily Dover, B6 Careers & Employability Advisor and Shamail Aurang, B6 Alumni Member   Shamail Aurang, a former Sharples School […]

FIRST-YEAR HONOURS PROGRAMME STUDENTS CELEBRATE LAUNCH AND VISIT GO APE

Posted: 04/10/2022

A group of the Honours Programme students enjoying Go Ape   This term our first-year Honours Programme group have had […]

B6 CHILDREN’S PLAY, LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT ALUMNI DELIVER INVALUABLE SESSION

Posted: 25/09/2022

CPLD Tutor, Danielle Davenport-Herd with Alumni, Emma Stott and Olivia Maloney and CPLD Tutor, Fiona Ainsworth   Olivia Maloney and […]