If you would be willing to contribute to our careers programme, please get in contact via the email address below.
Calling all Ex- Pupils
We are in the process of setting up an alumni group and wondered if you would like to get in touch to let us know where you are now! We are looking for ex-pupils who are willing to speak to the children , supporting our careers programme. Any involvement big or small is very welcome. It doesn't matter when you left, whether you are in education or employment, whether you live nearby or far away, there are ways you can help!
We look forward to hearing from you please email the school office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance
At Danesfield we are committed to providing all our students in Years 5 to 8 with access to a programme of careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) and work related learning (WRL) that will connect them to the world of work both now and in the future.
All students take part in a careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) programme that:
· Aims to inspire as well as inform and guide students
· Is centred around the student and their needs
· Is integrated into the students’ experience of the whole curriculum
· Encourages all students to consider their career options, particularly at Key Stage 3
· Encourages all students to develop decision making skills
· Provides each student with high quality, impartial advice
· Raises aspirations and promotes equality and diversity
Parents and carers are always welcome to contact the Careers Coordinator Mr Pearce to seek advice and
ask any questions they might have regarding careers pathways.
There is also student access to our Enterprise Adviser, Naomi Griffiths, for specific advice on career paths
and the relevant qualifications and experience required.
Andrew Pearce – Careers Leader
Email: email@example.com (01984) 632581
Trustees responsible for Careers at Danesfield: Fiona Miller and Hayley Lake
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice. This is supported by qualified careers advisers.
The National Careers Service website aims to:
Careersbox is a free online library of careers related film, news and information. As the preferred digital new media partner to the Institute of Career Guidance, the largest careers body in the UK, Careersbox aim is to deliver a new way for students to explore their skills and career options.
Plotr is a website created to help 11-24 year olds discover and explore careers they’ll love.
It’s built around the Game which uncovers careers matched to their skills, interests and personality.
LifeSkills, created with Barclays, is a free, curriculum-linked programme, developed with teachers to help improve the skills and employability of young people in the UK.
icould has a range of video clips showing real people talking about their jobs and careers.
Plan your study & work. Your choices at 14, 16 and 18, explore different job sectors and how you can study and work at the same time - even to university level.
Success at School is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice.
The study guide section within youthspace contains a range of information including help on making options choices in Year 9, post 16 options, and getting into higher education.
Central Governments apprenticeship website has a whole range of information to help young people decide if Apprenticeships are the right route for them. You can also search for apprenticeship vacancies.
My Path: Job of the week https://www.mypathcareersuk.com/job-of-the-week
Video interviews with a range of people from different industries. Find out about the skills and qualifications needed for a whole range of jobs.
Monitoring and Evaluation
We monitor and evaluate our careers work and the impact on the pupils using the Compass careers tool.
This programme is reviewed annually.
Next review: January 2025