Student Entitlement:

  • Every student is entitled to CEIAG which:
  • Meets recognised professional standards of practice.
  • Includes Years 7 to 11. Whilst statutory legislation only includes Years 8-11 the school policy is inclusion of all.
  • Uses local authority and the 14-19 advisory service in Wigan.
  • Is respectful of personal information.
  • Is integrated into students’ experience within the whole curriculum.
  • Allows the pupil to receive independent and impartial advice on all mainstream education, training and employment opportunities and provides a full range of specialist provision and support to help them access this provision.
  • Has high aspirations and adequate support for all pupils, including those with SEN and disabilities, and supports them in preparing for the next phase of educational training and beyond into adult life.
  • Students with an Education Health and Care Plan should include a focus on preparing for adulthood including employment, independent living and participation in society within the SEND 0-25 Code of Practice.
  • Pupils have access to internal FE resources. (Baker Clause)

 

How will it look for each year group

 

Creating a vision and developing fundamental skills for life. Developing a sense of personal identity and careers awareness.

 

Creating a vision and developing fundamental skills for life. Developing a sense of personal identity and careers awareness.

Creating a vision and developing fundamental skills for life. Developing a sense of personal identity and careers awareness.

 

Year 7

Assisting pupils to create strong foundation in order to cope with academic and non-academic challenges ahead.

 

Building an understanding of skills for life through PSHE lessons e.g.  financial management.

 

Goal setting through Career North and Aspire to Achieve.

 

Career Quiz – Who am I? (questions which help determine a person’s personality that link to career choices).

Create a visionary board on Careers.

 

Candidates for form reps and sports captains deliver a ‘WHY ME’ speech to form.

 

Pupils to deliver a 5 minute presentation on their dream job – Form Time.

Focus day – exploring different careers within school.

 

Manchester Gateway Programme trip to The University of Manchester.

 

European day of languages; exploring pathways in languages

Letters of application for interviews for librarians.

 

 

Year 8

– Introductions to Aspiring Futures (classroom activities).

 

One to one meetings with Aspiring Futures, learning lunches.

 

attend 'Have a Go' skills event. World Skills.

 

Pupils’ complete dislikes and likes section on New Kudos prior to options.

Manchester United Foundation career event.

 

Introductions to Aspiring Futures (classroom activities).

 

One to one meetings with Aspiring Futures.

 

Attend 'Have a Go' skills event.

 

Attend Engineering open day BIG Bang Northwest.

 

Manchester United Foundation career event.

 

Career choices - assembly delivered by career leaders.

 

European day of languages; exploring pathways in languages

 

Year 9

Attend Westleigh High Enterprise Event & Year 9 Business Studies – Enterprise programme (TBC).

 

Work shadowing day, Employee visiting (TBC).

Attend Leigh College Enterprise Event & Year 9 Business Studies – Enterprise programme

 

Why study talk in collaboration with University of Manchester - why study languages.

 

UK Fast campus visit - careers in digital sector

 

European day of languages; exploring pathways in languages

letters of application for interviews for Peer Mentors

 

Work shadowing day.

 

opportunity to participate in work experience (TBC)

 

STEM event by Big Bang at the Event city Manchester.

 

Inspiring Young Women conference with Manchester Business School.

Year 10

 

 

Group work with Aspiring Futures

 

– attend Manchester Careers Event, Event City

 

Careers Fair

 

Discover your Digital Careers hosted by Lloyds Bank / Barclays Bank.

 

Triple Science- Fast Beep medical workshop delivered by University of Manchester’s students.

Inspiring Young Women conference at Manchester Business School.

 

 

Lunch Time drops in. Various Topics

Year 11

 

 

Complete elements of BTEC Workskills – Preparing for an Interview and Interview Techniques

 

Attend Manchester Careers Event, Event City

 

Introduction to Labour market information (which may help with A-Level/level 3 choices).

 

Careers Fair

 

Lunch Time drops in. Various Topics

 

Apprenticeship workshops

 

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