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Careers Programme


2022-23 Careers Programme

Students are taught about Careers in their PSHE lessons using the Unifrog curriculum. The curriculum for these lessons is as follows:

In addition to the Unifrog curriculum, students have the following opportunities to learn about Careers:

Year 7
  • Careers week.
  • Cambridge LaunchPad STEM trip to Wellcome Genome Campus.
  • "What's my line" event (in partnership with Form The Future).
  • Labour Market Information in tutor times.
  • Guest speakers.
Year 8
  • Careers week.
  • Cambridge LaunchPad STEM trip to Ninja Theory Game Studio.
  • Enterprise Day event (in partnership with Form The Future).
  • Labour Market Information in tutor times.
  • Guest speakers (including Provider Access Legislation visits).
Year 9
  • GCSE options evening.
  • Careers week.
  • Cambridge LaunchPad STEM trip to Mathworks.
  • Careers Carousel event (in partnership with Form The Future).
  • Labour Market Information in tutor times.
  • Guest speakers (including Provider Access Legislation visits).
Year 10
  • Apprenticeships Fair (in partnership with Form The Future).
  • Careers week.
  • Careers Guidance Meetings with a Level 6 qualified advisor.
  • Cambridge LaunchPad STEM trip to Wellcome Genome Campus.
  • Mock job interviews (in partnership with Form The Future).
  • Post-16 options event (in partnership with Form The Future).
  • Labour Market Information in tutor times.
  • Guest speakers (including Provider Access Legislation visits).
Year 11
  • Careers week.
  • Post-16 options evening.
  • Cambridge LaunchPad STEM trip to Wellcome Genome Campus.
  • "What's my line" event delivered by Form The Future.
  • Labour Market Information in tutor times.
  • Careers Guidance Meetings with a Level 6 qualified advisor.
  • Additional support for students at risk of becoming Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). 
  • Guest speakers (including Provider Access Legislation visits).
SEND Students
  • Every pupil with SEND follows the same programme of careers as their peers, with support from the SEND team where appropriate.
  • Where students are vulnerable, we provide additional meetings with our careers advisor to support these students in making decisions.

 

Next Update

The information on this webpage is due to be updated by Friday 6th October 2023.

 

For more information about any aspect of Careers at Coleridge whether you are a student, parent, employer or Coleridge alumni please:

Email careers@coleridgecc.org.uk

Phone 01223 712300 

Follow us on Twitter @CCC_Careers