The Step into the NHS schools’ competition offers students in years 8 and 9 the chance to win a tablet or a £50 Amazon voucher!
There’s much more to working for the NHS than being a doctor or nurse. In fact there are more than 350 different careers in the NHS and, with that many careers on offer, there’s a job to suit anyone, no matter what your interests and skills are. That is where the Step into the NHS competition comes in.
We want students to choose an NHS career that interests them and create a job description and an advert to tell their friends and other young people about it. Students can work on their own or in teams of up to four.
Resources for 2017/18 competition are still available to download. Updated resources for the 2018/19 competition will be avilable from late June/early July.
A range of support is available to teachers including:
We’re pleased to announce that the national winner is Joe Kinsella from the Keswick School in Cumbria.
Joe's entry was a board game to advertise and explain the role of A&E doctor! The judges were impressed with his creative snakes and ladders-type game which takes ‘players’ through the necessary training, qualifications, skills and qualities necessary for the career
To find out more about his entry and the regional winners, visit the Health Careers website.
Are you an NHS employee signed up to Inspiring the Future or working with your local secondary school? Take a look at our handy guide which has great ideas on how you can use the Step into the NHS competition to help engage students during your visit. You can also read how one NHS organisation worked with local schools in their area.