We consider that careers education and guidance is a vital part of the curriculum and therefore ensure that it is available at significant stages in the school life of all students. Every possible use is made of available sources of information and delivery is provided through Active Tutorial work in the vertical tutor groups.
The Framework for careers, employability and enterprise education updated in March 2018: http://www.thecdi.net/write/BP556-CDI-Framework-web.pdf
The framework offers guidance on how schools, colleges and work-based training organisations can develop improved programmes of careers education and guidance, which better prepare young people for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life. This framework has been used as the basis for the Careers Education Programme that students receive. The following learning objectives are integral components of our new Careers Curriculum.
Examples of Employability at Treviglas: CEIAG 2017/18 – Examples of Employability at Treviglas
Provider Access Statement
This statement sets out the school’s arrangements for managing the access of providers to students at the school for the purposes of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer. This complies with the school’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education Act 1997.
Students in Years 7-13 are entitled:
To find out about apprenticeships opportunities, as part of a careers programme which provides information on the full range of education and training options available at each key stage transition point
To hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer, including technical education and apprenticeships – through options evenings, assemblies and general careers events
To learn about local and national Labour Market Intelligence, which will inform their career choices
To evaluate and reflect on their careers provision at each key stage
Provider Access Requests
A provider wishing to request access should contact the named person: Thomas Wilson, Assistant Headteacher
Telephone: 01637 872076
The Learning Objectives:
Key Stage 3:
To help explore The World of Work
To help students develop information finding skills
To identify skills and qualities and foster a sense of self-awareness
To help students make considered decisions regarding the transition to key stage 4
Use goal setting, review, reflection and action planning to support progress and achievement
Recognise stereotyped and misrepresented images of people, careers and work and how their own views of these issues affect their decision making
Recognise and respond to the main influences on their attitudes and values in relation to learning, work and equality of opportunity
Identify and use a variety of sources of careers information, including ICT
Key Stage 4:
To help students explore career/ post-16 opportunities
To provide information to students regarding the Local Labour Market
To help students make realistic decisions about future opportunities
To help students complete an action plan and CV
To explore interview skills, equal opportunities and application processes
To help smooth students’ transition post-16
To provide students with the opportunity of Work Experience
Key Stage 5:
To help students re-assess and update their medium and longer term goals
To help students to identify career management skills for development
To help students critically analyse career and further education information
To provide students with the opportunity to develop self-presentation techniques
To help students to consider sources of financial support and management to sustain higher education
How we monitor and evaluate
Please note that these schemes of learning are reviewed on an annual basis in line with the student/teacher voice which take place at a year group level. Heads of year, along with the designated lead, review the student reflection logs(which everyone must complete) and make changes accordingly. In addition to this, the entire careers provision is also reviewed at a strategic level through an auditing tool called ‘Projectmap’ which allows actions to be set and tracked along with associated risk factors which might impair the whole school careers provision.”
Sixth Form: Students are given information about the framework of higher education and the methods by which they may apply. Visits are made to the Universities of Cardiff and Plymouth and we have very close links with the University of Plymouth whose schools’ liaison officer visits Treviglas frequently. Help is also given with the mechanics of applications such as letters of application, curriculum vitae and interview skills. Computer programmes can suggest possible choices of career and/or degree courses. Careers South West is available to give students individual interviews.
In addition to the work carried out by school staff, Careers South West provides a careers adviser to assist the school. The adviser is in attendance at each of our Year 9 to 13 consultation meetings with parents. S/he also talks to Year 9 and 10 students and conducts individual and group interviews with Year 11 students.
If you, or a friend of yours, could help by taking a Year 10 student for work experience in the summer term, please contact the school. Our Work Experience Co-ordinator would be delighted to hear from you.
For more information with regards to careers Information and Guidance at a wider regional and national level please see the documents below:
Destinations Data 2016-2017
Please see the documents below for Destinations Data 2016-17: