Key Stage 4

Year 10

In year 10 we continue the programme of CEIAG established in KS3 and become more individually focused.

  • Each student receives individual careers interviews. These interviews integrate with our aspirations evening;
  • All students and parent/carers invited to attend our superb aspirations evening;
  • One week work placement in May;
  • Foundation Learning students have a bespoke careers programme, coordinated with our SENDCo lead;
  • Careers integrated into the period 3(tutorial) programme;
  • Three dedicated careers weeks with a focus through period 3 and assemblies. These take place once per term;
  • Two dedicated enterprise weeks also with a focus through period 3 and assemblies;
  • The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Student Investor Challenge;
  • An introduction to careers and informative resources are always available in the careers hub within the school library and the school’s VLE, Moodle.
  • DEC and an extra-curricular careers club

In addition, there will be many bespoke events including expert industry and motivational speakers delivering additional labour market information and skills gaps information.

Stacy, our Careers & Academic Mentor, attends all parent evenings.

Year 11

  • Each student receives individual careers interviews, tracking September intentions and to provide support for applications;
  • All Foundation Learning students have a bespoke careers programme, coordinated with our SENDCo lead;
  • Careers integrated into the period 3(tutorial) programme
  • Three dedicated careers weeks with a focus through period 3 and assemblies. These take place once per term;
  • Two dedicated aspirations weeks also with a focus through period 3 and assemblies;
  • The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Student Investor Challenge
  • An introduction to careers and informative resources are always available in the careers hub within the school library and the school’s VLE, Moodle;
  • DEC and an extra-curricular careers club.

 

In addition, there will be many bespoke events including expert industry and motivational speakers delivering additional labour market information and skills gaps information.

Stacy, the Career & Academic Mentor, attends all parent evenings.

UCAS Progress is a useful website which gives you the option to search by institution nationally to see what options are available.