Careers Programme

Our core careers programme is outlined within our Careers policy available here;

All students will participate in a Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) programme that:  

•provides good quality independent careers advice to students which inspires them and motivates them to fulfil their potential;  

•provide personal advice and guidance which is in the best interests of, and meets the needs of all students;  

• will be based on the Gatsby Benchmarks for Good Careers Guidance;  

•contribute to the raising of student achievement by encouraging students to develop high aspirations and consider a broad and ambitious range of careers;  

•provide opportunities to work in partnership with employers, training providers, local colleges and others;  

•provide opportunities to inspire students through real-life contact with the world of work;  

•develop enterprise and employability skills including skills for self-employment;  

•support inclusion, challenge stereotyping and promote equality of opportunity;  

•encourage students to see career development as a life-long process;  

•develop students’ skills and knowledge of careers including career management skills and knowledge of the local labour market (LMI);  

•ensure students are aware of the full range of academic and technical routes available at each transition point so that students have the necessary knowledge to make successful transitions;  

•provide opportunities for meaningful encounters with employees, employers, further and higher education and experience of workplaces;  

•support social mobility by improving opportunities for all students, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds and those with special educational needs and disabilities

•be weaved and embedded into subjects across the curriculum (including PSHE) Gospel Oak School is committed to providing structured learning opportunities for work-related learning and economic well-being and intends to fulfill any statutory obligations.