King David High School

"Let there be light
through faith and work"

CEIAG Programme

Young people’s careers are forged out of their experience, progress and achievements in learning and work. All young people will benefit from a planned curriculum or programme of activities to help them make curriculum choices that are right for them and to develop the personal resources and readiness that will enable them to manage their careers throughout their lives.

Our Aim

King David High School is committed to providing careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG), we believe that CEIAG should:

  • Inspire young people about their future prospects
  • Help them to make progress and achieve
  • Meet their career development needs
  • Enable them to make realistic and well informed career decisions and transitions.

 

Our Commitment

King David High School is committed to providing a planned programme of careers education and information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) for all pupils and students in Years 7-13 in partnership with professional careers advisers employed by the local authority (for targeted students).  In addition, the school buys in independent and impartial guidance services provided by the Matrix approved Career Connect.

King David High School is also committed to achieving a range of outcomes for young people including the careers and work-related learning outcomes identified in the ACEG Framework (April 2012) as well as practical outcomes such as positive destinations, successful transitions and on-going development of employability skills.

We will also pay regard to relevant guidance on improving outcomes for young people that appears from DfE, Ofsted and other agencies as appropriate.

King David High School is committed to gaining the Careers Quality Award for CEIAG provided by Career Connect.

Our Careers Programme

 

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

Year 7 & 8

Assembly & PSHE opportunities

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Careers Fair

Year 9

Assembly & PSHE opportunities

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 KS4 Options Evening

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Careers Fair

Year 10

Assembly & PSHE opportunities

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Careers Fair

Year 11

Assembly & PSHE opportunities

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Post- 16 Evening

 Post-16 taster sessions

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Next Steps Evening

 Careers Fair

Year 12

Post-18 Assemblies – H/E and apprenticeships

 Workshops – H/E and apprenticeships

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Small group sessions: future education, training and employment options

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Careers Fair

 Small group sessions: future education, training and employment

Year 13

Post-18 Assemblies – H/E and apprenticeships applications

 Workshops – H/E and apprenticeships

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 

Assembly & PSHCE opportunities

 Careers Fair

 Additional information about our careers programme and its impact will be published here shortly.