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Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

(As part of the Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) curriculum)

Directions LargeAs a student at Great Baddow High School, our aim is to fully prepare you for your choices at 14, 16 and 18 and for working life beyond education. This includes raising aspirations and self- esteem through effective PSHE and Careers Education, contact with business people, universities and other organisations.

Some activities include:

• Annual Careers Fair for years 9 – 13

• Mock Interview Day in year 10

• Work experience in year 12

• Access to careers software and websites including Job Explorer Database (JED) - See Careers Page on school portal.

All students have access to impartial careers guidance from an independent Careers Adviser from Directions IAG Ltd., a matrix accredited, independent careers organisation.  Deborah Anderson is our Careers Adviser and is in school most Wednesdays and Fridays to offer independent advice and guidance to students and parents, to support you with making informed decisions about your future.

To contact Deborah Anderson for information or to request an appointment, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

RoQA (Recognition of Quality Award) for Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance

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Great Baddow High School is proud to have achieved the Recognition of Quality Award (RoQA) for the excellent provision of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (October 2015).

RoQA supports excellence in various aspects of Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and Work Related Learning (WRL) and have created awards to guide and then acknowledge high standards in these key aspects of the school curriculum. These awards are recognised by Ofsted as a good indication of excellent provision of CEIAG and WRL. The award is validated by Careers England’s Quality in Careers Standard.

 

The September Guarantee

All young people should have a suitable offer of education or training in a school, college or work-based training for the September after they complete their GCSE year/year 11. You may hear this called the September Guarantee.

What does the Guarantee offer?

The September Guarantee is an offer of a place, appropriate to the student’s needs in one of the following: • A school sixth form • A college of further education • An apprenticeship • Employment with training to at least level 2

Ensuring that every young person has an offer of a place to progress onto is particularly important as it helps young people make a seamless transition into post-16 learning or employment with training.

The September Guarantee is therefore supported by good quality information, advice and guidance.

This can come from a number of sources including:

• Teachers

• Careers Adviser

• Parents and family friends

• On-line and printed information about careers, courses, progression routes and employment routes.

(See Careers page on the school portal for useful website links).

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