Students in the Academy have the opportunity to use the Careers Education Information Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) provision within the school. This is delivered through PSHE lessons, assemblies, coaching time as well as specific Careers and Work Related Learning activities. The school has a dedicated Work Related Learning Coordinator and Careers Advisors who are responsible for such provisions across the year groups.
One to one guidance interviews are available at key transition times i.e. Post 16 choices. Careers resources are consistently updated and developed to provide a quality careers area that is available to all students.
The academy wants all young people to leave with an ambitious, achievable, career goal and the knowledge of how to get there.
Our young people have access to a wide range of opportunities over different year groups to learn about different careers and the employability skills required to get them. These include:
- One to one interviews with a qualified careers advisor
- Careers education in coaching time
- Visits to universities and colleges
- Work experience placements
- Enterprise days
- Employability workshops run by local employers
- Help with letter writing, CV building and interview skills
- Use of online software to self-assess future career interests and research pathways into chosen fields.
- Talks from subject specialists
- Information in lessons where relevant
- Intervention mentoring programme for students struggling to find the correct path when they leave
The academy uses enrichment days (6 days where the school timetable is suspended), coaching time and assembly time to deliver these.
The plan for each year group is below:
St Mark’s Careers Programme
f you are a parent concerned that your child will not continue with education, employment or training when they leave St Mark’s and would like to request intervention mentoring, please email Mr Hampton: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a student and you have forgotten your username and/or password or need help logging on, please email Ms Glymidou: AGlymidou@stmarksacademy.org.uk
If you are an employer or FE/sixth form college who would like to talk to our students, please contact Mr Hampton: LHampton@stmarksacademy.org.uk
Please click on this link at the bottom of the page to download our provider access policy.
|www.nationalcareersweek.com||tips on looking for work experience|
|www.careersworld.co.uk||tips about work experience|
|www.apprenticeships.org.uk||information about all levels of apprenticeship including Higher Apprenticeships that include studying for a degree|
|www.careersbox.co.uk||useful for exploring different careers|
|www.plotr.co.uk||user friendly careers quiz with lots of information about career sectors and job role|
Other useful resources for School leavers:
To discover more information to support you when leaving school, check out the following links:
Leaving school this summer?
Leaving school: your options
How to decide what to do after leaving
The Student Room: Emotional about leaving school
A word of advice for school leavers: 'know yourself and don't be afraid to fail'
A guide to school-leaver programmes: advice from our experts
The top ten skills that'll get you a job when you leave school
Helping your child prepare to leave school
If you are a parent or student who would like a new login/password, please email Mr Hampton: email@example.com
If you are a parent or pupil who would like to request a one to one careers interview with an independent careers advisor, please email Ms Glymidou: AGlymidou@stmarksacademy.org.ukI