Preparing for Adulthood and CEIAG/Careers
At BHA we embed this curriculum into both PHSE and tutor time, plus we offer a wide array of events and opportunities for pupils to experience: The impact of the careers programme will be measured through pupil questionnaires at the beginning of Y7 and then annually at the end of every year. In addition, each term tutors will continually assess the programmes being delivered through summative assessment.
The programme will be reviewed annually in the Summer term to ensure that plans for the following year are appropriate to the cohort.
At BHA, Preparation for adulthood means preparing for:
Preparation for adulthood is covered in our PHSE curriculum and tutor time, plus many events (see below). The focus of this programme is as follows:
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance( CEIAG) at Beaumont Hill Academy enables our pupils to develop themselves and their aspirations through careers and work related education. Pupils learn about the life pathways available, the world of work and build connections with employers. They are also encouraged to develop their independence and employability skills. We aim to provide a guidance programme which enables pupils to make the correct choices and by offering advice and guidance pupils will be able to make informed choices about post 16 pathways.
Careers programme information
Tees Valley Data Insights
There is an expectation of interaction and visualisation in presentation of data and this data tool from the research and intelligence team at Tees Valley Combined Authority, provides an easy way of comparing data for the five local authorities in Tees Valley on a wide range of subjects including from an LMI perspective, education levels, average salaries, employment/unemployment and job vacancies. It also provides the option of downloading data for other geographies for you to make up your own charts.
The LMI Bulletin overs a wide range of online careers resources including labour market information, networking and employer brokerage and access to employer details who are willing to support careers and work related learning activities.
The National Living Wage is the wage for 25 year olds although the Chancellor's aim (September 2019 announcement for post-Brexit future) is to change this so that the NLW will applies to those aged 23 and over from 2021, and to those aged 21 and over within five years.
Advice on who is entitled to what and what to do if you think you are not getting the right pay, is available from the Citizens Advice .
The average hourly pay for full time workers in the North East is £13.40 and average annual salary for full time workers is £27,191
The average annual pay for a premiership footballer is £3.173m which works out at £61,000 per week (52 weeks) or £1,649 per hour on a 37 hour week and £2,473 for a 90 minute game.
Access for education and training providers
The Trust has developed a policy statement which sets out how it ensures Education and Training Providers can access pupils in years 8 to 11. Click on the link below to see a copy of the Policy Statement.
Careers Advice contacts.
Sam Dawson CEIAG Lead
Tel:- 01325 254000 EXT 2148 email@example.com
For more information please contact our careers mentor Louise Lumsden
Tel:- (01325) 01325 248136 or email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
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