CEAIG Statement

Key Stage 3

As a student at the White Hills Park Federation you are entitled to receive a planned series of careers education lessons and event/activities.  You will also be given access to information to help you make choices about your future education and career.  There will also be the opportunity for you to talk to a careers advisor.

All of this is designed to help you to make good decisions about your Key Stage 4 courses and make you more aware of the world of work.  

By the end of Key Stage 3 you will be able to:

1. Identify which subjects you are good at.

2. Identify the ways in which you learn best.

3. Find out about and understand the choices you have at KS4 using a variety of sources of information.

4. Start exploring possible options after your GCSEs.

5. Understand that the world of work is constantly changing.

6. Make options choices in which you will be happy and successful.

7. Access the help available to support you in making your options choices

 

 

Key Stage 4

As a student at the White Hills Park Federation you are entitled to receive a planned series of careers education lessons and event/activities.  You will also be given access to information to help you make choices about your future education and career.  There will also be the opportunity for you to talk to a careers advisor.

All of this is designed to support you in making sound decisions about your post GCSE progression routes and subsequently in making successful applications to courses, apprenticeships and jobs that will enable you to achieve your career goals.

At Key Stage 4 this builds on the work at Key Stage 3.  It will

1. Help you to become more confident.

2. Help you to identify your priorities, strengths, weaknesses and attitudes and set targets for improvement.

3. Help you to understand and take in to account the main influences affecting your learning and career choices.

4. Help you to explore and understand the range of choices open to you post 16, by using a wide range of resources, information, advice and guidance.

5. Help you to be aware of the way the world of work is changing and the impact that has on the decisions you may make.

6. Help you to be able to explain the reasons for your chosen post 16 route.

7. Help you to be more aware of what employers are looking for in relation to work.

8. Help you to make effective and successful applications for learning and work, including CVs, written applications and interviews.

 

Sixth Form

As a student at the White Hills Park Federation you are entitled to receive planned careers education events.  You will also be given access to information  and support to help you make choices about your future education and career.  There will also be the opportunity for you to talk to a careers advisor.

All of this is designed to support you in making sound decisions about your post 18 progression routes and subsequently in making successful applications to courses, apprenticeships and jobs that will enable you to achieve your career goals.

It will

1. Help you to extend what you have learnt in Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.

2. Help you to research, evaluate, obtain guidance on appropriate routes and financial support postThis will include apprenticeships and work-based training schemes.

3. Help you to understand university/higher education through access to visits, individual and group guidance and university talks.

4. Give you access to careers talks from professionals.

5. Help you to make decisions about your post 18 route through identifying your strengths, weaknesses, interests and aspirations.

6. Help you to understand the university application process and make successful applications.