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24/08/23

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24/08/23

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24/08/23

Yet another fantastic Results day! Congratulations to all those who collected their results today. We look forward to seeing many of you in September! pic.twitter.com/GdA6j8vXdJ

18/08/23

Congratulations Nii who will read property development at following his successful vocational grades. Dis*DisM pic.twitter.com/iMoM87IQdi

18/08/23

Congratulations to Mia who's A*AB will see her read Geography at pic.twitter.com/C1YWE8b8jN

18/08/23

Congratulations to Keerthanan who's A*A*A sees him off to read medicine! pic.twitter.com/mzN59VG8dj

18/08/23

What a fantastic results day yesterday! So many success stories to share. Great to see so many students going onto study at top university's! Congratulations to all our students and good luck at your destinations!

18/08/22

Congratulations to Precious who achieved ABC and is going to read sociology at Warwick University pic.twitter.com/IUxTKkLi6e

18/08/22

Congratulations to Arteola who achieved A*A*A and will be going to read law at Exeter pic.twitter.com/S6Tok6DZS1

18/08/22

Congratulations to Emmanuel A*AA and is going to read Aerospace Engineering at Queen Mary's! pic.twitter.com/P9gjgtcRS7

18/08/22

Congratulations to Charles who achieved A*AB and will be reading History pic.twitter.com/k87xlVOWsZ

18/08/22

Congratulations to Jessica who achieved A*A*A who will be studying art at pic.twitter.com/EISZOqManz

18/08/22

Congratulations to Daniel A*A*AA who will be reading History & Spanish at Warwick University pic.twitter.com/rrjkAoxAyo

18/08/22

Congratulations to Beshir A*BB who is off to read Economics at Loughborough! pic.twitter.com/t7epPpiSEh

24/05/22

Thank you so much for giving our students the opportunity to perform at your conference! Performing to over 450 delegates in the room and live streamed around the world from the stunning Nobu hotel.We couldn't be prouder of their performance. pic.twitter.com/5g8rETGp80

03/03/22

Celebrating with fancy dress, assemblies on the importance of reading, and workshops for the whole of Year 10 with the brilliant

03/03/22

A fabulous night out with our year 9 students at the Royal Albert Hall watching the performing with the amazing pic.twitter.com/a34Vtp8W6r

18/02/22

Economics and Music intervention sessions are cancelled today due to Please stay safe everyone.

15/02/22

Year 12 Geography Students researching beach profiles along the Jurassic Coast in Durdle Door, Lullworth Cove and Sandbanks. pic.twitter.com/rpgCaEYSdI

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Student Careers 

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

& Work Related Learning (WRL)

 

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) 

& Work Related Learning (WRL)

Our careers lead at Clocktower is Celia Squire, she can be reached at squirec@harrissouthnorwood.org.uk, 020 8405 5070 telephone extension: 3938. 

By working in partnership with external agencies, businesses and members of our community we will provide accurate and focused career information, advice and guidance tailored to the individual needs of our students, and thereby enable all of our students to make informed choices about their career pathways. 

Careers Plan 2023-2024 

Annual Plan 

  • Embedded into the tutorial programme across all years 

  • Embedded into the assembly programme across all years 

  • Every Vocational subject to arrange at least one careers talk throughout the year 

  • This could be targeted at classes or sixth form/year groups as a whole 

  • Careers week National Careers Week 2024 4th – 9th March 

  • Enterprise Week – Links with business  

  • National Apprenticeship National Apprenticeship Week 2024 will run from Monday 5th – Sunday 11th of February 

  • Meet Gatsby Benchmarks 

  • Ensure access to Apprenticeship info in line with the Baker clause 

  • Meet the needs of the CDI framework 

 

All students will be given 

  • Access to a qualified, impartial and independent careers adviser for personalised guidance 

  • Access up-do-date and contextualised information about the world of work and labour market 

  • Access up-do-date and contextualised information and guidance about higher education, training and employment opportunities 

  • Information about technical education qualifications and apprenticeship opportunities, as part of a careers programme, which provides information on the full range of education and training options available at each transition point.  

  • The opportunity to hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer, including technical education and apprenticeships – through options events, assemblies and group discussions and taster events. 

  • Informed about how to make applications for a full range of academic and technical courses, both at the end of GCSEs and the end of Post-16 qualifications 

 

Year 7 

  • At least 3 careers assemblies a year 

  • Careers week, Enterprise week & Apprenticeship week 

  • At least one external speaker during assembly on a career path 

  • Trips/Educational visits if possible 

  • Access to workshops/careers talks 

  • Tutor programme (UNIFROG) including access to resources: 

  • What are skills? 

  • What’s your dream job? 

  • Revision skills 

  • What activities do you already take part in? 

  • EHCP/LAC careers meetings 1-2-1 with Careers Advisors 

  • 1-2-1 careers meetings with students in line with the behaviour policy 

  • Drop-in meetings available with careers advisors  

 

Year 8  

  • At least 3 careers assemblies a year 

  • Careers week, Enterprise week & Apprenticeship week 

  • At least one external speaker presentation on a career path 

  • Trips/Educational visits if possible 

  • Access to workshops/careers talks 

  • Tutor programme (UNIFROG) including access to resources: 

  • Identifying Interests 

  • Universities vs Apprenticeships 

  • Skills for careers 

  • Starting to build your options image 

  • EHCP/LAC careers meetings 1-2-1 with Careers Advisors 

  • 1-2-1 careers meetings with students in line with the behaviour policy 

  • Drop-in meetings available with careers advisors 

 

Year 9  

  • At least 3 careers assemblies a year 

  • Careers week, Enterprise week & Apprenticeship week 

  • At least one external speaker presentation on a career path 

  • Trips/Educational visits if possible 

  • Access to workshops/careers talks 

  • Work with EC (Enterprise coordinator) to find a suitable careers session/interviews 

  • Tutor programme (UNIFROG) including access to resources: 

  • What makes a leader?  

  • Careers & Library research  

  • Your skills, your team, your future 

  • CV Writing 

  • Year 9 Options evenings – Talk/Support  

  • 1-2-1 with students/parental phone calls for students identified to Careers Advisors as needing additional support 

  • EHCP/LAC careers meetings 1-2-1 with Careers Advisors 

  • 1-2-1 careers meetings with students in line with the behaviour policy 

  • Drop-in meetings available with careers advisors  

  • Careers Advisors to assist EHCP with options 

 

Year 10 

  • At least 3 careers assemblies a year 

  • Careers week, Enterprise week & Apprenticeship week 

  • At least one external speaker presentation on a career path 

  • Trips/Educational visits if possible 

  • Access to workshops/careers talks 

  • Tutor programme (UNIFROG) including access to resources: 

  • Teamwork & Communication 

  • Interview Preparation 

  • Independence 

  • Workplace behaviour 

  • Work with EC to set-up careers mock interview day 

  • Vocational subjects to provide the required vocational elements of their course 

  • EHCP/LAC careers meetings 1-2-1 with Careers Advisors 

  • 1-2-1 careers meetings with students in line with the behaviour policy 

  • Drop-in meetings available with careers advisors  

  • Careers Advisors to assist EHCP with options (and any other students via drop-in sessions) 

  • Harris experience offered 1-2-1 with Careers Advisor 

 

Year 11 

  • At least 3 careers assemblies a year 

  • Careers week, Enterprise week & Apprenticeship week 

  • At least one external speaker presentation on a career path 

  • Trips/Educational visits if possible 

  • Access to workshops/careers talks 

  • Talks on apprenticeships and universities 

  • Tutor programme (UNIFROG) including access to resources: 

  • Post 16 Options 

  • Myth busting BTEC 

  • Recording post 16 intentions 

  • Rights of apprentices/Myth Busting 

  • Revision skills  

  • Recording Destinations 

  • How to write application forms, CV’s, Personal statements 

  • All year 11’s will meet with 6th Form Leaders to discuss 6th Form 

  • Vocational subjects to provide the required vocational elements of their course 

  • All students with arranged 1-2-1 meetings with Careers Advisor 

  • EHCP/LAC careers meetings 2x 1-2-1 with Careers Advisors 

  • 1-2-1 careers meetings with students in line with the behaviour policy 

  • Drop-in meetings available with careers advisors  

  • 1-2-1 for Harris experience  

  • 1-2-1 careers meetings with students in line with the behaviour policy 

  • Support potential NEET students 

Please click Here for access to the Harris Federation careers website for students. 

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Please click Here for PALs statement.