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From headteachers to parents, we’ll be taking a look at how school communities, and even multi-academy trust communities with multiple schools, can band together on their careers education, information, and guidance (CEIAG) initiatives.
Work-based learning programmes provide precisely the kind of school-to-real-world connection many young people need to succeed. Here are some elements of work-based learning that help students learn by doing.
There’s nothing like work-related learning, whether it’s work experience facilitated by the school or simply a summer job, to help students evaluate their fit for a career and help them develop valuable 21st century skills.
Take a look at these suggestions to help you arrange memorable work experiences for your students.
Check out these four suggestions to help you support your Year 9 students as they embark on choosing their Key Stage 4 options.
The Baker Clause ensures that students, regardless of background or ability, are given the chance to explore future pathways.