recognise the importance of effective Careers Education, Information, Advice
and Guidance (CEIAG) for young people and we expect all our students to develop
high aspirations and consider a broad and ambitious range of careers. We aim to
inspire every student through more real-life contacts with the world of work to
help them understand where different choices can take them in the future and we
wish to ensure that our students are not restricted by circumstances or
location from becoming self-confident, well-educated and enterprising
individuals. We work hard across the school in all our lessons and form periods
to prevent all forms of stereotyping to ensure that boys and girls from all
backgrounds and diversity groups consider the widest possible range of careers
including those that are often portrayed as primarily for one or other of the
high expectations, including for the most vulnerable and those with special
educational needs and disabilities, so that every student is stretched and
acquires the attributes that employer’s value. This will help every young
person to realise their potential and so increase economic competitiveness and
support social mobility.
our success by our students’ destinations and this is reflected in higher
numbers progressing to apprenticeships, universities – including selective
universities, traineeships, and other positive destinations such as employment
or a further education college. This will help to close the gap in destinations
between young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and others and increase
social mobility of our student population.
details of the careers programme can be found in the Richard Rose Central
Academy CEIAG policy.