‘Every school and college should have an embedded programme of career education and guidance that is known and understood by pupils, parents, teachers and employers’
How We Achieve This Benchmark
Within the school we have dedicated staff that are responsible for the delivery and development of CEIAG. We have a member of staff that is designated to the coordination of CEIAG the careers coordinator is supported and backed on a senior leadership level working as the LIP and reports directly with Mr Boyles. This set up implements and supports CEIAG at each level within the school.
The school’s program is currently explained and clearly set out on the school’s website, this allows access to parents and students.
Each year a school CEIAG plan is written that clearly sets out how CEIAG will be implemented and addressed across the different Gatsby Benchmarks.
There is a clear pathway for students from year 7 to year 13 that have extensive and a wide range of CEIAG activities, this can be clearly seen in appendix 1.
Within HBHS there is now a clear and stable embedded program that has a stable framework to be developed on to be a pioneer for schools in CEIAG.
Every year the progress against the Gatsby Benchmarks is reviewed and assessed by using Compass, a tool provided by the education people.