A best practise example of taking a whole school approach to careers
Sir James Smith’s School in Camelford organised an ‘International Women’s Day’ event for their Year 9 girls.
A three year programme of activities to help students explore the world of work
On the 9th May 2019 Classic Builders visited Fowey River Academy in Cornwall to participate in an exciting and engaging careers event for Year 9 Students.
During National Careers Week teachers use the first 10 minutes of every lesson to link their subject to appropriate careers
Richard Lander School, Truro ran a careers encounter day for all of their year 7 students including those with EHC plans in their ARB the ‘ARK’.
Tomorrow’s Engineers promotes engineering to schools through coordinated outreach and resources
The UK Space Agency’s SatelLife Challenge has been running for over three years.
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.
Linking English with Engineering
Helston Community College has worked hard to embed careers learning across their curriculum
Helston School hosted a morning assembly delivered by the construction company BAM
Eloise was in a group of year 9 students who were extremely disruptive and disengaged and identified as at risk of being NEET.
A meaningful, enterprising whole day activity.
The purpose of this event is to make Year 10 students aware of the fantastic range of career opportunities on their doorstep in Cornwall.
‘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.