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CAREERS EDUCATION, INFORMATION, ADVICE AND GUIDANCE (CEIAG)

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Good quality careers education will raise the aspirations of all young people. It will increase motivation by linking activities in school with preparation for life post 16 and post 18.

CEIAG will therefore contribute to raising pupil achievement, help students focus on their longer-term career ambitions and ensure an equality of opportunity for all.

At The Deepings School we provide a comprehensive CEIAG programme to students in every year group and of all abilities and this includes aspects of work related learning, enterprise education, option choices and information surrounding RPA (raising of the participation age). Students in our Sixth Form are very well supported as they make their applications to University, apply for Higher Level Apprenticeships or other non University post 18 pathways, as are our SEND students, working closely with our internal additional needs team and external providers.

Through formal and informal evaluations the school annually assesses the impact of the careers programme on students and this is verified via an external moderator and independent audits. The low number of NEETS is also an indication of the effectiveness of the programme. Views are sought from all stakeholders and the programme evolves year on year to consider the needs of students and the local, national and global jobs market.

Please refer to the careers policy document for details of student entitlement and related information about the programme. All information, together with the careers policy, is reviewed and updated annually, usually at the start of the new calendar year, however information may be revised throughout the year to reflect new regulations and/or to meet the additional needs of students. The date of the next review is January 2019.

Most people spend many years of their life in a working environment and it is important to equip our students with the necessary skills for them to career plan and know how and where to access impartial and unbiased information. Developing key enterprise and employability skills are important and we are pleased to have been selected as a National Citizen Service Champion School, for our student participation of the programme.This activity enables students to further develop their skills and provides opportunities for them to work within their community, having a direct positive impact.

Additionally, as part of their entitlement, students have access to a range of external providers to ensure they learn about approved technical qualifications and apprenticeships.  Please see our provider access policy document, linked to this page via the employers and training providers section.

Our NEET (not in employment, education or training) figures remain very low.  Our 2017 Year 11 leavers progressed successfully onto the pathways of their choice with 98.40% of the cohort meeting the RPA (raising of the participation age) Compliance, compared with a 94.63% England and 95.73% Lincolnshire statistic. 

The Careers programme is developed in consideration of the CDI (Career Development Institute) framework and the Gatsby Report's benchmarks.  Three key areas are:

Self Development - through careers, employability and enterprise education

Careers Exploration - learning about careers and the world of work

Career Management - learning how to develop career management and employability skills (to include managing changes and transitions)

The guidance from the DfE places a duty on schools to secure access to unbiased and impartial careers guidance for their students.

In conjunction with our existing provision, The Deepings School has secured the services of an external specialist guidance adviser to work with identified students during the academic year. Students can also request an appointment with our independent adviser, Kay Boothby.  Bookings can be made via Mrs Taylor: ltaylor@deepingschool.org.uk.

The school shares student data with the external careers guidance practitioner so that impartial and individual advice can be offered. During the interview process the student is asked to provide consent to opt in to the sharing of their data to key members of staff and parents/carers. In addition, intended destination data is provided to Lincolnshire County Council, as per the DfE requirement, so they can also provide additional support to students, where necessary, once they leave school.

Parents/carers have an important role to play in supporting their child with their careers planning and we have provided some useful documents linked to this page and a dedicated parents/carers page.

Whilst some schools have cancelled their work experience programme, we are pleased to confirm that all of our Year 10 students will undertake a two-week period of work experience 13 – 24 May 2019. This is an invaluable opportunity, providing the chance to develop employability skills and sample the world of work. We will also be providing work experience for our Year 12 students during the period 15-18 July 2019. Heads of subjects are continuing to expand their own departmental links with employers who regularly support teaching and learning in school. Potential careers and pathways are featured within school publications and at progress and options evenings.

CEIAG is on-going throughout the academic year and is delivered through KS5 PSHEE lessons, collapsed timetable events, external trips and is enhanced by working with local businesses, colleges and Universities. Our Careers Library has been audited and awarded a certificate of effectiveness and we have been credited with the prestigious Careers Mark Platinum award. This award is now known nationally as the Quality in Careers Standard.

For further information about our careers and work related programme please contact: Mrs L. Taylor, Careers Leader/Events  Manager on 01778 342159 or Email:

ltaylor@deepingschool.org.uk


Calendar of key CEIAG events for 2018/2019

Thursday 04 October 2018 Y10 work experience - parents evening
Wednesday 07  November 2018 Y11 post 16 options – Deeping students event
Wednesday 07 November 2018 Y11 post 16 options - parents information evening
Wednesday 28 November 2018 Sixth Form presentation evening
Wednesday 16 January 2019 Y11 vocational trip/Sixth Form taster day
13-24 May 2019 Y10 work experience dates
15-18 July 2019 Y12 work experience dates


The above events and dates are subject to change.

Additional activities to include:

Year 10 employability skills workshop 

Year 8 options and careers - planning for the future

Year 12 Post 18 options day/Careers marketplace

Year 9 Ryman National Enterprise Challenge

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
Privacy Notice 07th Oct 2016 Download
Starting your first job or setting up in... 17th Oct 2016 Download
The Student Room - careers, further educ... 17th Oct 2016 Download
James, Programme Lead - UK Government 21st Oct 2016 Download
National Citizen Service.docx 18th Jan 2017 Download
Parents Guide to Careers Guidance.pdf 20th Nov 2017 Download
Careers Advice Calendar 2018 19 20th Jul 2018 Download
Careers Plan Newsletter 2018 19 20th Jul 2018 Download
Careers Education Policy March 2018 08th Mar 2018 Download
Parents Information Guide eBook V3.pdf 21st Jun 2017 Download
Careers websites September 2018 19th Sep 2018 Download
Curriculum Date  
2018 SEN Report.pdf 22nd Mar 2018 Download
Art Year 8 Portraiture Hybrid. 02nd Nov 2017 Download
Assessment and Internal Verification Policy 2017 18.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
Award Presentation Evening Winners List 14th Sep 2018 Download
Business Studies.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Careers Advice Calendar 2018 19 20th Jul 2018 Download
Careers Education Policy March 2018 08th Mar 2018 Download
Careers Plan Newsletter 2018 19 20th Jul 2018 Download
Careers websites September 2018 19th Sep 2018 Download
CEIAG Calendar of activities 01st May 2018 Download
Centre Guidance malpractice maladministration.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
CiMedia Parent Revision Skills.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Cognition and Learning.pdf 23rd Mar 2018 Download
Communicationa and Interaction Needs.pdf 23rd Mar 2018 Download
Computer Science Revision Skills.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Employer Engagement Policy.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
English Language.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
English Literature Dickens Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
English Literature Dickens Word.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
English Literature Poetry Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
English.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Equal Opportunities Your Daughters Future and sons too.pdf 13th Sep 2018 Download
Exam Policy January 2018.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
Explanation of the Changes to SEN 18th Sep 2016 Download
Extra Curricular Clubs - Autumn Term 2 & Spring Term 1 2017 18.pdf 23rd Nov 2017 Download
GCSE PE 2016 Individual Activities Display Poster .pdf 08th May 2017 Download
GCSE PE 2016 Team Activities Display Poster.pdf 08th May 2017 Download
Geography Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Geography Revision Booklet Page.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Guidelines for work experience 2019 10th Sep 2018 Download
History Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
History.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
JCQ Suspected Malpractice 17 18.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
Learner Appeals Procedure 2017 18.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
Learner Malpractice Policy 2017 18.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
Local Offer 2015 18th Sep 2016 Download
Main Booklet Pages.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Maths Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Maths Revision Tips.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
MFL Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Parent Guide to Apprenticeships April 2018.pdf 12th Jul 2018 Download
Parents Apprenticeship Guide 12th Oct 2016 Download
Parents Guide.pdf 16th Jan 2018 Download
Parents Information Guide eBook V3.pdf 21st Jun 2017 Download
PE Revision Resource.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Privacy Notice 07th Oct 2016 Download
Registration and Certification Policy 2017 18.pdf 20th Feb 2018 Download
Religious Studies Revision.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
SEMH.pdf 23rd Mar 2018 Download
SEN Changes to Provision 18th Sep 2016 Download
SEN September Letter 18th Sep 2016 Download
Sensory and Physical Needs.pdf 23rd Mar 2018 Download
Timeline of AS and A Level Reforms 18th Sep 2016 Download
Timeline of GCSE Reforms 18th Sep 2016 Download
Trip FAQs Online Payment Consent.pdf 14th Nov 2016 Download
Trip FAQs.pdf 14th Jul 2017 Download
Y10 Art.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Art.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Business.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Computer Science.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Creative iMedia.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Drama.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Exam Timetable.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Food Technology.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 French.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Geography.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 German.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 History.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Maths.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Music.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 PE.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Product Design.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 RE.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Resistant Materials.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Science.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y10 Spanish.pdf 20th Apr 2017 Download
Y11 Revision Skills Evening Main Presentation Powerpoint.pdf 02nd Feb 2018 Download
Year 10 parents curriculum and work experience presentation 07th Oct 2016 Download
Year 10 Work experience presentation October 2017 03rd Oct 2017 Download
Year 11 information evening for parents September 26th 2017.pdf 28th Sep 2017 Download
Year 8 Options 2018 - Guided Process for Parents 07th Feb 2018 Download
Year 8 Parents Guided Options January 2017.pptx 02nd Feb 2017 Download