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CAREERS EDUCATION GUIDANCE POLICY

INTRODUCTION

Young people’s careers are forged out of their experience, progress and achievements in learning and work. All young people will benefit from a planned programme of activities to help them make curriculum choices that are right for them and to develop the personal resources and readiness that will enable them to manage their careers throughout their lives. Schools have a statutory duty to secure independent and impartial careers guidance for pupils in Years 8-13 (Statutory Guidance, DfE, September 2013, Education Act, DfE, 2011) and although careers education is no longer a legal requirement we wish to continue to make provision in this area. Our policy is also framed to help us prepare for Raising the Participation Age (RPA) and to benefit our Pupil Premium pupils.

AIMS OF THIS POLICY

The School is committed to providing careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG), we believe that CEIAG should:

  • inspire young people about their future prospects
  • help them to make progress and achieve
  • meet their career development needs
  • enable them to make realistic and well informed career decisions and transitions.

COMMITMENT

The School is committed to providing a planned programme of careers education and information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) for all pupils and students in Years 7-13 in partnership with professional careers advisers employed by the local authority (for targeted students).  In addition, the school buys in independent and impartial guidance services provided by the Matrix approved Career Connect.

The School is also committed to achieving a range of outcomes for young people including the careers and work-related learning outcomes identified in the ACEG Framework (April 2012) as well as practical outcomes such as positive destinations, successful transitions and on-going development of employability skills.

We will also pay regard to relevant guidance on improving outcomes for young people that appears from DfE, Ofsted and other agencies as appropriate.

The School is committed to gaining the Careers Quality Award for CEIAG provided by Career Connect.

DEVELOPMENT

This policy was developed by the careers department after wide consultation and was discussed by the governors’ committee before being formally adopted.

CAREER CONNECT Objectives

Students’ needs and entitlement

  • To ensure the career development, wellbeing and progression of all students
  • To provide CEG that is relevant, timely and sufficient to meet students’ needs and integrated into their overall curriculum
  • To uphold the standards and code of practice of the Careers Profession Alliance’s standards and codes of practice
  • To provide CEIAG in partnership with students themselves, their parents / carers and our chosen professional and community partners.
  • To ensure students are aware of the Raising of the Participation Age and its implications

Implementation

The careers programme is managed and led by the SLT lead for CEIAG.

Careers resources, available in the learning resource centre for all students, are relevant and up- dated regularly. Access to careers software (Career Connect, Kudos and Careerscape) and the internet is available.

Participation in activities, both in school and off-site, provide employer contact and further information. Holly Lodge employs the services of an external IAG provider, “Career Connect”, which provides individual careers interviews for Year 11 students and careers information, advice and guidance to groups of students from Year 8, 9, 10, 12 and 13.

Careers focused activities will be delivered through the PSHE curriculum and are provided and managed by the Curriculum Leader responsible for PSHE/Citizenship and CEAIG. This will include activities about work to develop knowledge and to develop skills.

Training needs are identified and offered to all relevant staff as opportunities arise. Information is then brought back in to school and shared with other staff members. Careers staff attend IAG meetings as necessary.

The SLT lead will be responsible for the monitoring, review and evaluation of the programme. Students will be consulted on the impact of the CEIAG programme and changes may be made as a result. Auditing of the whole school approach will also take place and support offered where required.

Key Stage3 Provision

• Curriculum support in all subjects promoting related job advice

• Allotted time through PSHE lessons for self-development focusing on lifestyle and progression

• Access to the careers etc software via PSHE lessons and tutor time

• Y9 will be invited to attend an Options Evening

• Y9 will have a day of activities and speakers for International Women’s Day

• Assemblies and other information on KS4 options including vocational and alternative courses.

• Specialised sessions from Career Connect

By the end of Stage 3 all students will have:

• A better understanding of their strengths, achievements and weaknesses and support to evaluate how these might inform future choices in learning and work

• A better understanding of the full range of 14-19 opportunities for progression

• An understanding of some of the qualities, attitudes and skills needed for employability.

• Used online careers resources to research information about opportunities and apply their findings to help to make informed choices for Key Stage 4 Options.

• Received appropriate advice and guidance on Key Stage 4 options, and prepared an individual learning plan that sets broad learning goals for the 14-19 phase.

Key Stage 4 Provision

• One week block work experience placement which focuses on students’ future career aspirations, where possible, allowing learning about work through the experience of work

• Careers access for every Year 11 student, including individual interviews when necessary

• Information on College Open dates

• Support with completing College Application forms and access to computers for on-line registration

• Mock Interviews for all Y11 students

• Parent evenings and some assemblies are supported by external IAG provider

• Close monitoring of vulnerable students including the use of “New Horizons” who support targeted vulnerable students in Y11 and Y10 over a 12 week cycle of information, team work and 1:1 sessions.

By the end of stage 4, all students will have:

• Enhanced their self-knowledge, career management and employability skills

• Used ICT software and other sources of advice to investigate and explore future choices and progression routes

• Experienced the World of Work through a work placement

• Been given direct access to employers, colleges and training providers

• Been given guidance to help identify a range of post-16 options and careers advice and support networks that they can use to plan and negotiate their career pathways.

• Been provided with the resources to complete the post-16 application procedures, including CVs, personal statements, and preparation for interview

• Produced a challenging but realistic plan for their future learning and work, by relating their abilities, attributes and achievements to the goals they have set themselves

• Been made aware of the current labour market, with consideration given to growth sectors in Liverpool

Key Stage 5 Provision

  • Work placements in Health and Social Care, Art and Applied science BTECS where students study modules in placement
  • All students given the opportunity to attend university taster day at Liverpool
  • Opportunities given to attend university lectures/workshops in their specialisms
  • Students encouraged to volunteer as part of enrichment
  • Opportunities given in school for volunteering such as teaching assistant positions
  • Access to Career Connect advisor for individual or group work sessions as required
  • Progression routes and opportunities for further study advertised including apprenticeships and courses
  • Careers Fairs planned with partner schools for Y13 when appropriate
  • Future focus week to help students decide between University and other progression routes
  • Students offered places on a range of courses to assist with applications of law, medicine etc depending on student interest.
  • UCAS workshops and drop ins to aid application
  • Opportunities to visit open days for target universities

By the end of Key Stage 5, all students will have:

• Used ICT software and other sources of advice to investigate and explore future choices and progression routes

• Had the opportunity to experience the World of Work through enrichment and/or vocational courses

  • Had taster days for university, if applicable

• Been given direct access to employers, colleges and training providers

• Been given guidance to help identify a range of options and careers advice and support networks that they can use to plan and negotiate their career pathways.

• Been provided with the resources to complete college/university/apprenticeship/job applications, including CVs, personal statements, and preparation for interview

• Produced a challenging but realistic plan for their future learning and work, by relating their abilities, attributes and achievements to the goals they have set themselves

Links with other policies

This policy recognises and is applied in accordance with Holly Lodge’s policies for Teaching and Learning; Personal, Social, Careers & Health Education and Citizenship; Equal Opportunities; Health and Safety; Students with SEN and Disabilities; and Supporting Looked after Children.

This policy is written to reflect the National Frameworks

Policy Created by:  B. Hitchings

Date: June 2013

Date Approved by Governing Body:

Last amended/updated: July 2014

Date of Next Review by Governors: July 2015