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We deliver a Careers programme, which reflects the recommendations of the Gatsby report and the Good Career Guidance Benchmarks:
‘Good career guidance is critical if young people are to raise their aspirations and capitalise on the opportunities available to them.’
Every young person needs high-quality career guidance to make informed decisions about their future.
1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance
Our Personal Development Year 7-11 curriculum has specific units of work, with identified learning objectives, outcomes and related activities.
• Know what opportunities are open to them and what will support or hinder them in making the best of these
• Explain what is meant by a career and give examples from people they know
• Recognise and challenge stereotypes that may limit their career choices and aspirations
• Describe their personal aspirations, skills and qualities
• Explain where and how to get different sources of information, including labour market information and use it to inform their future plans
• Assess personal risks which may affect their employability and lifestyle
• Understand the range of 14-19 pathways and the importance of achieving qualifications
• Describe their personal learning targets
• State examples of different types of work: voluntary, employment, self-employment
• Discuss options – career pathways including further education, apprenticeships and universities
• Complete an enterprise project “World Challenge”
• Attend STEM workshop
• Complete a financial capability qualification
• Understand how businesses plan their finances to make a profit
• Understand how competition regulates business and encourages enterprise
• Understand how and when governments exercise control over business and enterprise
• Identify their enterprising skills and know how I can develop them
• Access information about post 16 learning options and progression routes
• Identify how well they are prepared for post 16 transition
• Describe the changing patterns of employment – local, national, global – and their impact on their career plans
• Articulate their personal aspirations
• Access good impartial information and guidance
• Assess the relevance and reliability of information and guidance
• Understand how their experiences and achievements play a part in their future plans.
Provision is monitored through a range of processes including:
• Careers activity observations (PRCE lessons)
• Feedback discussions with focus groups of students
• All students have a passport to careers – Years 7 – 11
Assessment is aligned to our College’s teaching, learning and assessment policy. There are Systems in place to effectively track students’ progress through our Careers Guidance provision.
Assessment in Careers Guidance includes opportunities for:
• Assessment for Learning (formative assessment) – regular assessment of students’ progress against the intended learning outcomes for each age group as detailed above. This will ensure students are making expected progress, we will provide feedback for students on how to improve, and will assist students in planning for subsequent careers guidance activities. Working towards units of work in the careers education programme in Personal Development and subject cross-curricular delivery.
• Assessment of Learning (summative assessment) – assessment, recording and reporting of students’ progress through our Careers Guidance provision including a range of formal assessment opportunities, student action plans, journals/diaries, review meetings. Progress in Careers Guidance is reported to parents through our College reporting systems and meetings with parents.
Here at Settle School, you will be required to choose your GCSE options in year 9. It is important that you choose GCSE courses that you enjoy. In addition, you should think about your future and how your choices might impact your future studies and/or career.
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. There are a number of pathways that you could take. Please visit the UCAS website, or this document, to view a useful guide to what options you have after leaving Settle School.
You may choose to study A Levels at a college or sixth form. The following links provide a wealth of information around A Levels as a post-16 pathway;
Important note: This route does not currently exist, but will launch in 2020, and so is a viable route for some of the younger students in the school.
When you leave us at the end of year 11, you will be required to stay in education or training until the age of 18. You may choose to study T Levels with a local provider. T Levels are relatively new and further information can be gained from local providers. Please note that the first of the new qualifications, with content developed by leading industry professionals from companies including Rolls Royce, Fuijitsu and EDF, will be taught from 2020, with the full set of T levels introduced by 2022.
The following links provide a wealth of information around apprenticeships:
You may choose to pursue a career with the Armed Forces. The links below are great place to start to gain further information;
You are encouraged to take responsibility for your future choices and to start reaching and planning your future. You should think about the following;
• Self-Awareness- where am I now?
• Career exploration- where do I want to be?
• Career management- how do I get there?
You should use a range of websites to develop your knowledge and understanding of your post-16/career pathway. Use the links below to help with your research;
General Careers Advice
Now is a great time for you to be talking to your son/daughter about their choices. The careers advice for parent’s website is a great starting point to help your child explore their potential.
Understand the range of job and employment sector profiles
Science, technology, engineering and maths careers
Online careers magazines
Explore career videos, take the Buzz Quiz and focus on subjects
National online careers film and video library. Real people real jobs to help young people, students, teachers, career professionals, influencers
Information about local employment trends
Compare information about different career areas and employment trends
Information about career sectors and advice about work and university options
Advise for parents/carers of young people facing options post 18. Emphasis is on higher education, but does give advice on other options.
Thinking about choosing your A Levels
Alternatives to Higher Education
Thinking about University
Taking a Gap Year
Apprenticeships, applying to university, studying at college and the world of work
Information on apprenticeships
The UK’s official graduate careers website , useful to look forward at what is happening in the graduate careers world, includes careers advice, information on jobs and work experience, postgraduate study, job sectors and student life.
Official data for undergraduate courses on each university and college’s satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey, jobs and salaries after study and other key information for prospective students.
Offers information and advice on applying to higher education
Database of university events for schools and colleges
Calendar of dates
Guidance on applying for finance to support university life
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