All students at The Hamble School will receive careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) which supports them in making informed decisions about their future. We aim to inspire all our students to make the best transition into the right choice for their next steps, whether that is employment, further or higher education, and to support students in the development of the skills needed to manage a fulfilling career in a changing world.
Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) at The Hamble School is centred upon Careers guidance and access for education and training providers guidance (July2021) and the Gatsby Benchmarks.
- Career Leader: Mrs Jemma Morgan
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 023 8045 2105
The Hamble School is committed to working towards fully achieving the eight Gatsby Benchmarks:
- A stable careers programme.
- Learning from career and labour market information.
- Addressing the needs of each student.
- Linking curriculum learning to careers.
- Encounters with employers and employees.
- Experiences of workplaces.
- Encounters with further and higher education.
- Personal guidance.
Careers guidance is provided through many platforms at school and some examples of these are below:
- PSHRE lessons in Autumn Half Term 2 for all year groups focus on the theme of ‘Ambition’. Lessons include –
|YEAR 7||YEAR 8||YEAR 9||YEAR 10||YEAR 11|
|• Life long learner skills|
• Growth mindset
• Stereotypes and prejudice
|• What happens after School|
• What are our career options?
|• Types of accounts|
• Managing credit
|• Choices and pathways|
• Careers advice and guidance
• Getting a job
|• Employment rights
• Employability and skills
• Digital communication – social media
- A planned individual Careers advice programme in partnership with Hampshire Futures Careers and Employment Service (Careers Advisers) which provide students with at least 1 individual Careers advice and guidance interview at Key Stage 4.
- Planned College assemblies in Autumn term 1 for Year 11. A 7 week block where 7 local Colleges attend school and deliver assemblies about their offer and services.
- PSHRE Days. The focus of a Year 10 and 9 PSHRE drop day has a Careers focus whereby students gain the opportunity for encounters with Colleges, Apprenticeship providers and people from the world of work.
- Careers Fayre and JobFest day – Opportunity for Parents/Carers and students to meet Colleges, Apprenticeship providers and local business. As well as this students have the opportunity of mock interviews in preparation for the world of work.
- Trips and Visits. These have included Life Lab visits, Learn with us programme, Cooper Vision and the EBP Get Inspired Event.
- Virtual Speaker events. These have include a Tour of Amazon for Computer Studies students and a presentation from an Ambassador for African Nations.
- Parent updates via letter, social media and website about upcoming college events and career opportunities.
Careers provision is monitored, evaluated and reviewed through systems including analysis of statistics such as take-up of career interviews, numbers of past students Not in Education Employment or Training (NEET) and where possible the progress of those 17 and 18 year-old students who have recently left in line with indented destination information.