Careers Programme Information
Whether going on to a great university, securing an apprenticeship, or entering the workplace, we want every young person who leaves a Creative Education Trust school to have real choices in life. That is why, as well as academic excellence, we seek to ensure that we provide the best possible careers education support and guidance and unique extra-curricular opportunities for every pupil to discover what else they’re good at.
Careers at Caister Academy is led by Mrs L King, email@example.com, 01493 720542 ext 308.
In line with the requirements and expectations as laid out by the Department for Education for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (2018), Caister Academy provides the following programme of careers, employability and enterprise education from Year 7 to 11.
|7||Careers and Me||Spring 1||Ethics lessons|
|7||Enterprise||Spring 2||Ethics lessons|
|7||Enterprise Day||Enrichment Day|
|8||Work and the Community||Autumn 1||Ethics lessons|
|8||Enterprise||Autumn 2||Ethics lessons|
|8||Enterprise Day||Enrichment Day|
|9||Careers and Industry Project||Spring 1||Ethics lessons|
|9||Enterprise||Spring 2||Ethics lessons|
|9||Enterprise Day||Enrichment Day|
|10||Careers Planning and Goal Setting||Summer 2||Ethics lessons|
|10||Work Experience week||Summer 2|
|11||Careers Planning and Applications||Autumn 1 & 2||Ethics lessons|
Further information about the school’s programme is available from the Careers Leader. The information is reviewed at the end of each academic year. The impact of the programme is measured by the Trust in terms of pupils’ destinations. The school monitors its provision through analysis of pupils’ responses and satisfaction.
At Caister Academy the following parent and student entitlement lays out our commitment to providing a high quality careers, employability and enterprise programme with support from key professionals including; careers advisers and widening participation staff.
Pupil, parent and carer entitlement statement for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance.
Pupils are entitled to careers education, information, advice and guidance that is impartial and confidential. It will be integrated into your experience of the whole curriculum, based on a partnership with you and your parents or carers. The programme will promote equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion.
All pupils in the school will:
Take part in a careers programme in years 7 to 13 that helps them to:
Have access to, and support with using careers information that is:
Obtain careers guidance that is:
Pupils are encouraged to review their entitlement regularly within tutorial settings and designated CEIAG lessons.
All parents and carers can expect to:
As listed in our programme above we rely on our business and voluntary sectors to support our careers, employability and enterprise programme.
Information and feedback from pupils, parents, staff and our external partners about events and opportunities for careers, employability and enterprise are through Caister Academy website, newsletter, internal screens, email and text to parents. Pupils are encouraged to keep records of how they are developing their personal and employability skills.
Information regarding destination trends of our pupils is available on request from our Careers Leader.