Students

Overall CEIAG Programme

CEIAG Programme 2019-20

YEAR 7

Year 7 students will be involved in a range of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) over the duration of their school year. This will be the start of a comprehensive 5 year programme in which they will gain relevant and bespoke advice and information that will not only set the up with future life skills, but also inform them of the appropriate steps they should take to succeed in a successful career.

Please see the attached timetable which will give a brief overview of the type of activities provided.

Year 7 students will also have full access to all our CEIAG Resources:

· Assemblies from Aspirational Speakers, Career Connect and other external providers.

· Careers Connect – Appointments and drop-ins (break and lunchtime).

· Careers Connect Portal and other on-line websites.

· Advice from teachers – subject career notice boards.

· The ECM curriculum.

· CEIAG Hub (N18) – Prospectuses and Careers information available there.

· ECM Drop Down Days (CEIAG activities incorporated into designated days throughout the year)

Year 7 CEIAG

YEAR 8

Year 8 students will continue to be involved in a range of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) over the duration of their school year. This is part of a comprehensive 5 year programme in which they will gain relevant and bespoke advice and information that will not only set the up with future life skills, but also inform them of the appropriate steps they should take to succeed in a successful career.

Please see the attached timetable which will give a brief overview of the type of activities provided.

Year 8 students will also have full access to all our CEIAG Resources:

· Assemblies from Aspirational Speakers, Career Connect and other external providers.

· Careers Connect – Appointments and drop-ins (break and lunchtime).

· Careers Connect Portal and other on-line websites.

· Advice from teachers – subject career notice boards.

· The ECM curriculum.

· CEIAG Hub (N18) – Prospectuses and Careers information available there.

· ECM Drop Down Days (CEIAG activities incorporated into designated days throughout the year)

Year 8 CEIAG

YEAR 9

Year 9 students will continue to be involved with a range of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) over the duration of their school year. This is part of a comprehensive 5 year programme in which they will gain relevant and bespoke advice and information that will not only set the up with future life skills, but also inform them of the appropriate steps they should take to succeed in a successful career. As Year 9 students have begun their KS4 journey, the level of CEIAG intervention will be increased and bespoke to their individual needs and potential post 16 or career choices.

Please see the attached timetable which will give a brief overview of the type of activities provided.

They also have full access to all our CEIAG Resources:

· Assemblies from Aspirational Speakers, Career Connect and other external providers.

· Careers Connect – Appointments and drop-ins (break and lunchtime).

· Careers Connect Portal and other on-line websites.

· Advice from teachers – subject career notice boards.

· Subject specialist knowledge through GCSE option choices.

· The ECM curriculum.

· CEIAG Hub (N18) – Prospectuses and Careers information available there.

· ECM Drop Down Days (CEIAG activities incorporated into designated days throughout the year).

Year 9 CEIAG

YEAR 10

Year 10 students will continue to be involved with a range of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) over the duration of their school year. This is part of a comprehensive 5 year programme in which they will gain relevant and bespoke advice and information that will not only set the up with future life skills, but also inform them of the appropriate steps they should take to succeed in a successful career. As Year 10 students are half way through their KS4 journey, the level of CEIAG intervention will be increased and bespoke to their individual needs looking specifically at the range of potential post 16 options alongside the various pathways for identified career choices.

Please see the attached timetable which will give a brief overview of the type of activities provided.

· Assemblies from Post 16 Providers, Aspirational Speakers, Career Connect and other external providers.

· Careers Connect – Appointments and drop-ins (break and lunchtime).

· Careers Connect Portal and other on-line websites.

· Advice from teachers – subject career notice boards.

· CEIAG Hub (N18) – Prospectuses and Careers information available there.

· Careers Resources (in CEIAG hub) – Top Tips on writing CVs, job application forms, preparing for interviews etc.

· Subject specialist knowledge through GCSE option choices.

· Notice of Post 16 Open Days and other events through ECM time.

· The ECM curriculum.

· ECM Drop Down Days (CEIAG activities incorporated into designated days throughout the year)

Year 10 CEIAG

YEAR 11

Year 11 students will continue to be involved with a range of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) over the duration of their final school year. This is the end of a comprehensive 5 year programme in which they will have gained valuable and bespoke advice and information that will hopefully have set the up with future life skills, but also informed them of the appropriate steps they need to take in order to succeed in a successful career. As Year 11 students they are coming to the end of their Secondary Education and what their next steps are will map out their future. Therefore, intense intervention and support is provided to help them identify these steps from a range of further and higher education providers.

Please see the attached timetable which will give a brief overview of the type of activities provided.

· Assemblies from Post 16 Providers, Aspirational Speakers, Career Connect and other external providers.

· Careers Connect – Drop-ins (break and lunchtime).

· Careers Connect – Individual appointments (minimum of 1) with Careers Adviser.

· Careers Connect Portal and other on-line websites.

· Advice from teachers – subject career notice boards.

· CEIAG Hub (N18) – Prospectuses and Careers information available there.

· Careers Resources (in CEIAG hub) – Top Tips on writing CVs, job application forms, preparing for interviews etc.

· Subject specialist knowledge through GCSE option choices. · Notice of Post 16 Open Days and other events through ECM time. Click here for a copy of the Open Evenings at local Sixth Forms and FE Colleges for September 2020 entry.

· ECM Drop Down Days (CEIAG activities incorporated into designated days throughout the year) which includes Mock Interviews and CV writing for every student

· Designated ECM time by Post 16 providers and other agencies in how to apply and prepare for applications and interviews.

· The ECM curriculum.

Year 11 CEIAG