College Career Plan

Career Plan 2018/19

 

Priorities

Goals

Responsible Lead

Key Lead

Resources

By When

Success Criteria

1.

Provide all YR11 students with 1:1, impartial and independent guidance, career planning  and employability skills.

 

CIEAG delivered in groups of up to 5 - 6 students at a time. They have access to careers guidance with space for discussion, questions and answers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DT

B NM

1.Education Business Partnership

 

2.Employability Skills Lesson plans and assemblies:

a. Communication and interpersonal skills

b. Problem solving skills

c. Using initiative

d. self motivation

e. Working under pressure

f. Organisational skills

g. Team Work

h. Ability/willingness to learn

i.Negotiation skills

j. Valuing diversity

 

 

3. Numeracy and Literacy

CIEAG Schedule in place by Friday 20th July

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1:1s scheduled for all YR11 students starting week 17th September

 

Information for parents available at Parents’ Evening 18th October

 

Ensure students with EHCPs, subject to CP Plan and LAC have any relevant support to access

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Students are aware of their strengths and weaknesses. They have developed realistic but aspirational career and decision-making skills.

 

Students are aware of different career and training pathways available to them

 

Students are aware of different ways of achieving career goals and training

 

 

They have the skills to sustain and make progress in FE and in the workplace. They are able to seek support

All students are aware of current and predicted levels. They are aware of grades needed for FE education and training

All YR10s achieve L1 Eng and Maths by end of academic year. All YR11s achieve L2 or GCSE Eng and Maths

 

All students have had access to guidance by Aut half term 2018

 

 

2.

Provide all KS3 and YR10 students with access to employability skills and career planning

 

Actively encouraging young people to consider all options at 14 and 16 so that they select the best options for their interest, motivation, learning style, ability and aspirations;

 

DT

B NM

1.Education Business Partnership

 

2.Employability Skills Lesson plans and assemblies:

a. Communication and interpersonal skills

b. Problem solving skills

c. Using initiative

d. self motivation

e. Working under pressure

f. Organisational skills

g. Team Work

h. Ability/willingness to learn

i.Negotiation skills

j. Valuing diversity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Numeracy and Literacy

All YR11 students have had access to guidance by June 2019

 

YR10 and KS3 will have access for ready to work and further education from June 2019

Students are aware of their strengths and weaknesses. They know how to seek support.

They are formulating ideas about options and career pathways. Options chosen for YR10 and YR11 have reference to possible longer term interests.

They are able to link behaviour and academic progress to independent adult living.

3.

Students admitted in-year will access CEIAG via the Assessment Hub

Students attending alternative provision will have access to CEIAG

DT

MD

Students admitted via the Hub will have weekly timetabled sessions Employability Skills as part of their assessment provision

Ongoing

Students are able to make informed decisions about their vocational options

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

Engage local employers, trainers and educational post 16 providers in student career planning program and timetable.

Expectations of collaborative partners are known and contribute to student outcomes.

 

DT

B NM

All partners employers are known, DBS and SLA in place Schedule for employer visits and participation at assemblies and group work in place from

October half term 2018

Students are aware of the ‘local employment offer’ as well as wider opportunities in London.

 

Students are better informed opportunities, hear directly from providers and can ask questions.

 

 

5.

Supporting teachers to embed careers information into lessons and subjects

DT

II

Lesson plans demonstrate planned delivery of work related learning in all vocational areas including viable career pathways

October half term 2018

Students are inspired to do well as they see the practical applications of their vocational options in the world of work.

 

2018/2019 Academic Year Careers Calendar

Time of year

KS3 and YR10

YR11

Evidence

September

Interpersonal Skills via Thought for the Week and Tutor Time

Start of1:1 CEIAG schedule

Open Days schedule available for students

Intended destinations data for YR11

Sept Guarantee for YR12

October

Interpersonal Skills via Thought for the Week and Tutor Time

Taster Courses/Visits to colleges/universities

Intended destinations for YR11 Sep Guarantee for YR12

October

Interpersonal Skills via Thought for the Week and Tutor Time

CVs / Email addresses / Applications

All complete

December

Interpersonal Skills via Thought for the Week and Tutor Time

All applications completed and sent. All references complete

Confirmation from colleges/trainers

January

Interpersonal Skills via Thought for the Week and Tutor Time

Employer visits

Feedback from employers and students

February

Interpersonal Skills via Thought for the Week and Tutor Time

University visits /Work Experience

Feedback from employers and students

March

Confirm Work Experience options

Intended destinations YR10

Options relate to choices

May

Confidence building

Speaking and listening with confidence

Exams

Post 16 destinations are secured for YR11

10 YR10 students are able to build on aspects of improving listening and speaking

June

Find your Voice

Increased confidence

Understanding that your opinion matters

Realisation that you can thrive outside your comfort zone

Exams

10 YR10 students are able to build on aspects of improving listening and speaking

July

Group activities which encourage learning and enjoyment

Completion

Students are able to source information and support independently

August

Summer Holiday

Further guidance following GCSE results

Sign posting alternative options

 

From October 2019 Alumni visits will be arranges

 

 

 

Allocation of Resources

Type

IAG

Parental Awareness

CPD

Other career activities

Interpersonal Skills

Interpersonal Skills

Employer Engagement

Notice Boards and Displays

Provider

Lewisham Virtual School

Education Business Partnership

Education Business Partnership

Education Business Partnership

SLT and Tutors

Youth offending Team

Local businesses

School website, displays

Cost

Free to AMC

£25.50 per hour

Ad hoc

£25.50 per hour

Staff time

N/A

£65.00 per placement

N/A

Detail

1:1 interviews and small group sessions (where applicable)

Attendance and information sharing at parent evenings and school assembly

Training as part of inset i.e. focus on most at risk of NEET

Post 16 applications, employer engagements events

 

Students known to YOT

Students have access to employers and local businesses for one week. YR10 in May and YR11 in June

The school makes available to students and parents relevant guidance on line and around the school. Contact details and timetables for applications, submission

 

Evaluation Schedule

 

When

Evaluation Focus

Evaluation Methods

Outcomes

 

September 2018

YR12 Destinations

Feedback from the Education Partnership on the number of NEETs and EETs

85% of students EET

October half term

Number of students accessing CEIAG

AMC record show number of students attended. Hard to reach students have attended. All students in AP have had access to guidance and know what to do next

90%% of students accessed CEIAG and have started career planning

December

Number of students who have made FE application

AMC have recorded direct confirmation of college applications

90% of students have made applications to FE and received confirmation response

 

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Role

Person Responsible

Title

Responsibilities

Committee Member

 

Member – Lead on careers guidance

 

The governing body must ensure that all registered pupils at the school are provided with independent careers guidance from year 8 (12-13 year olds) to year 13 (17-18 year olds)’ and ‘must ensure that the independent careers guidance provided:

  • is presented in an impartial manner;
  • includes information on the range of education or training options, including apprenticeships and other vocational pathways;
  • is guidance that the person giving it considers will promote the best interests of the pupils to whom it is given’ (DfE, Statutory Guidance)

 

Ensure oversight of AMC’s careers provision by the appropriate committee. Make sure that the careers policy is up-to-date and monitor the effectiveness of provision against the annual careers delivery plan and the curriculum offer.

 

SLT Curriculum Lead

Deborah Tucker (DT)

Curriculum Manager

Ensure all students at KS4 students have access to independent guidance, employability skills, access to employers and work experience (where relevant). Ensure that partnerships with external agencies allow for maximum access to post 16 pathways for AMC students

SLT Administration Lead

Naomi Marley

Head of Admissions & Administration

 

Ensure that the AMC website includes an up to date career plan

Careers advisor

Simone Woodward

Youth Employability Skills Coordinator 

 

Meet with all YR11 students over a period of 10 weeks starting September 2018. Advise on access to YR10 and KS3 access to guidance.

Education Business Partnership

Paul Goddard

Head of Lewisham Education Business Partnership Manager

 

Employability, Employer partnership, information and guidance to parents and staff. Source work experience placements

Support Staff

Barbara Noonan-Moore

Learning Mentor

Support the Curriculum Manager to organise a program of careers guidance and external partners. Contact with students and their families in regards to readiness for completing applications, attending interviews and post 16 follow up.

Teaching Staff

All

All

Ensure students are aware of expectations for the world of work. Development of interpersonal skills, building positive relationships with peers and adults, being respectful and readiness and routines.

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