A best practise example of taking a whole school approach to careers
A three year programme of activities to help students explore the world of work
An LMI presentation that can be used alongside the 'To Boldly Go Booklet' or as a standalone assembly
An example of a weekly newsletter created to share information about the labour market, industries and CEAIG
Tomorrow’s Engineers promotes engineering to schools through coordinated outreach and resources
Ofsted praised outstanding central London school for embedding LMI
This presentation can be edited and used alongside the 10 Opportunities booklet
This case study offers the opportunity to download a presentation and worksheets linked to the Career Pilot website.
Penrice Academy are going the extra mile to ensure their students receive the best Careers Advice and Guidance to help them make more informed decision around their options and work routes
St Austell’s four secondary schools are collaborating on a series of events
Mock Interviews can increase students confidence and help them focus more on their future career.
Speed Networking is a high impact activity that engages multiple businesses and enables every student in a year group to speak to a wide range of businesses.
A meaningful, enterprising whole day activity.
‘I Love My Job’ is a tutor time activity thought up by The Roseland’s Enterprise Adviser Lauren Tregilgas and their Careers Lead Maggie McWilliams.