Careers Guidance & Post 16
Objectives of the CEIAG
To ensure that all students at the school receive a stable and informative careers programme
- To enable all students to learn from the information provided by the career and labour market
- The CEIAG programme should be individual and address the needs of each student
- To link curriculum learning to careers learning
- To provide students with a series of encounters with employers and employees
- To provide students with experiences of the workplace(s)
- To ensure that students have a series of encounters with further and higher education
- To provide each student with the opportunity to receive personal guidance
By the end of year 7, students’ careers activities will focus on the exploration of the world of work and their personal interests. Students will develop a broad understanding of a range of different industries, salaries and what academic pathways they will need to follow to achieve these careers. They will begin to develop an understanding of how personal interests may contribute to their career choice, and how these personal interests will change over time and, along with them, their ideas about careers.
By the end of year 8, students’ careers activities will focus on the theme of developing their sense of personal ambition. Year 8 will be invited to explore their own personal goals, to review co-curricular opportunities at school and outside of school and consider how they can use their interests and time to explore, develop and further their ambitions.
By the end of the year 9, students will focus on the exploration of their next steps into education and work post-16. Using their recorded progress, activities and interests within the Unifrog platform, students will consider the best pathway will be best for them. Students will develop an understanding of what apprenticeships, University Technical Colleges and universities offer.
By the end of year 10, students will focus on money and the workplace. They have already developed a good understanding of a range of different skills that will be useful in the world of college, university and work. To support students in their practical development of soft skills, they will attend college and sixth form events, as well as selected university events to develop an understanding of the skills that are required to be successful candidates.
By the end of year 11, students will be further equipped to start their sixth form or FE application process to further their aspirations. They have already developed a good understanding of a range of different skills that will be useful in the world of college, university and work. Year 11 students will continue attending college and sixth form events, as well as selected university events.
Bobby Moore Academy Provider Access Policy (Baker Clause Statement)
This policy outlines Bobby Moore Academy’s arrangements for managing the access of providers to pupils at the school for the purpose of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer. This complies with the schools' legal obligation under the section 42B of the Education Act 1997.
All pupils in year 8 – 13 are entitled:
- to find out about technical education qualifications and apprenticeships opportunities, as part of the careers programme which provides information on the full range of education and training options available at each transition point;
- to hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer, including technical education and apprenticeships – through options events, assemblies and group discussions and taster days;
- to understand how to make applications for the full range of academic and technical courses.
Management of Provider Access Requests
A provider wishing to request access should contact:
Ms R. Naish
Lead Practitioner & Academy Careers Lead
Telephone: 020 3146 8000
Please see the CEIAG policy below for full details of what we offer.