Year 7

BBEC has introduced a new careers programme and leadership structure for this Academic Year. This is led by Joe Ryan (Assistant Headteacher – Student Experience), Rachael Arbuckle (Tutorial Programme Leader), Stacy Rhys-Hill (Careers and Academic Mentor) and Sue Stewart (Business Engagement and Partnerships Manger). This team has a fantastic wealth of experience, expertise and skills.

All Year 7 students will receive a core offer during this academic year of:

  • Period 3 (tutorial) programme, including frequent links to careers and aspirations;
  • Three dedicated Careers Weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly. These take place one in each term.
  • Two dedicated Aspiration weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly;
  • One Aspiration Day held at the University of Bradford (29.01.18).

In addition there will be bespoke events, involving expert speakers from outside of school delivering additional careers information and guidance. During Science Week, beginning 05.03.18, there will also be the promotion of Careers linked to many areas of STEM and introducing some “awe and wonder”!

Year 7 will also develop connections with careers through the University Passport Programme1 and the interlinked BBEC Academies programme.

All of our careers provisions are mapped against the CDI Framework2 to ensure the highest quality of planning, outcomes and impacts for our students.

If you need any further information or represent a company or business who would like to engage with our Careers provisions then please do not hesitate to contact me,

Regards,

Joe Ryan

jry@buttershaw.net

1 http://www.bradford.ac.uk/schools-and-colleges/childrens-university/

2 http://www.thecdi.net/write/Framework/BP385-CDI_Framework-v7.pdf

 

Year 8

BBEC has introduced a new careers programme and leadership structure for this Academic Year. This is led by Joe Ryan (Assistant Headteacher – Student Experience), Rachael Arbuckle (Tutorial Programme Leader), Stacy Rhys-Hill (Careers and Academic Mentor) and Sue Stewart (Business Engagement and Partnerships Manger). This team has a fantastic wealth of experience, expertise and skills.

All Year 8 students will receive a core offer during this academic year of:

  • Period 3 (tutorial) programme, including frequent links to careers and aspirations;
  • Three dedicated Careers Weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly. These take place one in each term.
  • Two dedicated Aspiration weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly;
  • One Aspiration Day held at the University of Bradford (26.03.18).

In addition there will be bespoke events, involving expert speakers from outside of school delivering additional careers information and guidance. During Science Week, beginning 05.03.18, there will also be the promotion of Careers linked to many areas of STEM and introducing some “awe and wonder”!

Year 8 will also receive specific guidance to help them make their optional choices for Year 9 and ensure they are on appropriate career pathways.

All of our careers provisions are mapped against the CDI Framework1 to ensure the highest quality of planning, outcomes and impacts for our students.

If you need any further information or represent a company or business who would like to engage with our Careers provisions then please do not hesitate to contact me,

Regards,

Joe Ryan

jry@buttershaw.net

1  http://www.thecdi.net/write/Framework/BP385-CDI_Framework-v7.pdf

 

Year 9

BBEC has introduced a new careers programme and leadership structure for this Academic Year. This is led by Joe Ryan (Assistant Headteacher – Student Experience), Rachael Arbuckle (Tutorial Programme Leader), Stacy Rhys-Hill (Careers and Academic Mentor) and Sue Stewart (Business Engagement and Partnerships Manger). This team has a fantastic wealth of experience, expertise and skills.

All Year 7 students will receive a core offer during this academic year of:

  • Period 3 (tutorial) programme, including frequent links to careers and aspirations;
  • Three dedicated Careers Weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly. These take place one in each term.
  • Two dedicated Aspiration weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly;
  • One Aspiration Day held at the University of Bradford (02.07.18).

In addition there will be bespoke events, involving expert speakers from outside of school delivering additional careers information and guidance. During Science Week, beginning 05.03.18, there will also be the promotion of Careers linked to many areas of STEM and introducing some “awe and wonder”!

All of our careers provisions are mapped against the CDI Framework1 to ensure the highest quality of planning, outcomes and impacts for our students.

If you need any further information or represent a company or business who would like to engage with our Careers provisions then please do not hesitate to contact me,

Regards,

Joe Ryan

jry@buttershaw.net

1  http://www.thecdi.net/write/Framework/BP385-CDI_Framework-v7.pdf

 

Year 10

BBEC has introduced a new careers programme and leadership structure for this Academic Year. This is led by Joe Ryan (Assistant Headteacher – Student Experience), Rachael Arbuckle (Tutorial Programme Leader), Stacy Rhys-Hill (Careers and Academic Mentor) and Sue Stewart (Business Engagement and Partnerships Manger). This team has a fantastic wealth of experience, expertise and skills.

All Year 10 students will receive a core offer during this academic year of:

  • Individual Careers Interviews which will take place in the weeks beginning 6th and 13th These interviews will be linked to academic pathways and integrate with the BBEC Aspiration Evening (below);
  • An open invitation to the BBEC Aspiration Evening on 24th November 2017 which will be attended by over 50 different employers, training and apprenticeship provides and educational organisations;
  • Period 3 (tutorial) programme, including frequent links to careers and aspirations;
  • Three dedicated Careers Weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly. These take place one in each term.
  • Two dedicated Aspiration weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly;

Those students achieving Autumn Awards and meeting additional benchmarks around attendance and behaviour will be offered a work experience placement in the week beginning 21st May 2018. These placements will take place throughout the entire week and are likely to be at the same employer or possible one or two employers. Students will be supported in the allocation of placements and we will endeavour to offer a degree of choice and, in cases, it may also be possible for parents to help source appropriate placements that meet Bradford MDC regulations and checks. This placement will be a fantastic opportunity for students to experience the world of work and inform their career pathways.

In addition there will be bespoke events, involving expert speakers from outside of school delivering additional careers information and guidance. During Science Week, beginning 05.03.18, there will also be the promotion of Careers linked to many areas of STEM and introducing some “awe and wonder”!

All of our careers provisions are mapped against the CDI Framework1 to ensure the highest quality of planning, outcomes and impacts for our students.

If you need any further information or represent a company or business who would like to engage with our Careers provisions then please do not hesitate to contact me,

Regards,

Joe Ryan

jry@buttershaw.net

1  http://www.thecdi.net/write/Framework/BP385-CDI_Framework-v7.pdf

 

Year 11

BBEC has introduced a new careers programme and leadership structure for this Academic Year. This is led by Joe Ryan (Assistant Headteacher – Student Experience), Rachael Arbuckle (Tutorial Programme Leader), Stacy Rhys-Hill (Careers and Academic Mentor) and Sue Stewart (Business Engagement and Partnerships Manger). This team has a fantastic wealth of experience, expertise and skills.

All Year 11 students will receive a core offer during this academic year of:

  • Individual Careers Interviews which will take place in the weeks beginning 9th October 2017 and 30th October 2017. These interviews will be linked to academic pathways and integrate with the BBEC Aspiration Evening (below);
  • An open invitation to the BBEC Aspiration Evening on 24th November 2017 which will be attended by over 50 different employers, training and apprenticeship provides and educational organisations;
  • The BBEC Aspiration Evening (above) also includes an open invitation to our Sixth Form Open Evening held at the same time. Students will be able to find out about our wide programme of sixth forms courses and meet many of the teaching staff delivering these courses. There will also be displays and information about career pathways.
  • Period 3 (tutorial) programme, including frequent links to careers and aspirations;
  • Three dedicated Careers Weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly. These take place one in each term.
  • Two dedicated Aspiration weeks with a focus through Period 3 and the assembly;

In addition there will be bespoke events, involving expert speakers from outside of school delivering additional careers information and guidance. During Science Week, beginning 05.03.18, there will also be the promotion of Careers linked to many areas of STEM and introducing some “awe and wonder”!

All of our careers provisions are mapped against the CDI Framework1 to ensure the highest quality of planning, outcomes and impacts for our students.

If you need any further information or represent a company or business who would like to engage with our Careers provisions then please do not hesitate to contact me,

Regards,

Joe Ryan

jry@buttershaw.net

1 http://www.thecdi.net/write/Framework/BP385-CDI_Framework-v7.pdf

 

Year 12 and 13 (Sixth Form)

BBEC has introduced a new careers programme and leadership structure for this Academic Year. This is led by Joe Ryan (Assistant Headteacher – Student Experience), Rachael Arbuckle (Tutorial Programme Leader), Stacy Rhys-Hill (Careers and Academic Mentor) and Sue Stewart (Business Engagement and Partnerships Manger). This team has a fantastic wealth of experience, expertise and skills.

All of our careers provisions are mapped against the CDI Framework1 to ensure the highest quality of planning, outcomes and impacts for our students.

If you need any further information or represent a company or business who would like to engage with our Careers provisions then please do not hesitate to contact me,

Regards,

Joe Ryan

jry@buttershaw.net

1 http://www.thecdi.net/write/Framework/BP385-CDI_Framework-v7.pdf