Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance

The Government’s careers strategy aims to make sure all young people in secondary education get a quality programme of information, advice and guidance that is stable, structured and delivered by individuals with the right skills and experience.

Bank View School provides a careers programme and uses the ‘Gatsby Benchmarks’ to measure and evaluate the quality of our provision.

Students from year 9 – 14, have 1-1 careers guidance interviews each year leading to a career plan detailing their;
• post school ideas,
• intended destination,
• career ideas
• agreed actions.

Students are supported to find information about their ideas, and are challenged and guided to make realistic and appropriate choices about the future. Careers information is provided on students’ career and post school ideas.

There are further sources of independent advice, information and guidance from;

https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/home
http://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/
www.tags.careers

Contacts

Gareth Davey – Assistant Head – 6th form an Supported Internship programme

g.davey@bankview.liverpool.sch.uk

Andy Wrigg – Assistant Head – Key Stage 4

a.wrigg@bankview.liverpool.sch.uk

Neil Alecock – 07568 547 480 – tags@alecock.com

Careers policy

Bank View Careers Policy 2020-21

Careers curriculum map 2020-21

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