Careers Education

Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

 

Jewellery Quarter Academy has implemented Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance. We are working in Collaboration with parents, students, local businesses, and other educational providers. Through this our students have the world of Opportunity opened up to them. The Respect that we earn from our partners in education, parents and students alike, will assist us on our journey to Excellence.

Careers Education, Information Advice, Guidance and Employability play an important part in the lives of students. All students from years 7 to 11 take part in a full programme of Careers Education. The aim of our programme is to provide students with the skills and knowledge to be able to make wise and informed choices regarding their future and develop the skills required to prepare them for their working life.

Jewellery Quarter Academy has a Careers Leader, Mrs B Weston. Through Mrs B Weston many activities are organised, regular ‘drop-in’ careers advice sessions take place on Monday and Tuesday each week and she operates an ‘open door’ policy so that students can seek advice at almost any time. Mrs B Weston can be contacted by students and families through the usual Jewellery Quarter Academy routes. Telephone: 0121 289 3944. Email: BWeston@jewelleryquarter.academy

Careers Education, supported by personalised information, advice and guidance (known as CEIAG) begins in Key Stage 3 where students are introduced to the world of work through assemblies and the learning for life curriculum. During year 9 students have focused time around Careers and choosing options, and in the later years help and advice is given to students so that each of them are able to make an informed choice about continuing in education, jobs and training. Students will be given the opportunity to attend a Careers Fair and take part in work and career related activities.

Employability skills and work experience is a major focus in year 10 in preparation for work experience, and in year 11 a robust programme is in place to ensure that students are very well reared for their next phase of life.

The school works closely with external and impartial Careers Advisors and they visit the school regularly.

CEIAG & Employability Programme 2018 – 2019

JQA CEIAG Policy 2018 – 2019

JQA Provider Access

The Gatsby Benchmarks – JQA

 

 USEFUL WEBSITES

Year 10 / 11 Students

www.careersbox.co.uk

www.icould.com

www.cascaid.co.uk/kudos

www.u-explore.com

www.futuremorph.org

www.mycareerspringboard.org

www.allaboutschoolleavers.co.uk

www.mathscareers.org.uk

www.wisecampaign.org.uk