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Created by the London team this resource supports thinking around virtual experiences of the workplace for schools and businesses
This framework will help career development professionals to quality assure their career development interventions and determine any areas that may require development.
Developed by the team at Inspiring Worcestershire this resource aims to support the element of challenging stereotypes within a SEND setting. The resource includes a student activity and teacher guide.
Developed by the Inspiring Worcestershire team this reference resource will support the network of Designated Teachers to understand the national and local careers landscape
Developed by the team in Swindon and Wiltshire Careers Hub, this resource supports Careers Leaders with approaches to feedback and effective evaluation of their careers programme. There is a longer guide for Careers Leader available along with a shorter quick reference version
Learn about the design, process and implementation of The Doncaster Innovation Challenge – an inter-school competition aimed at meeting Gatsby Benchmarks 4 and 5.
Make sure everyone knows which way you’re heading: ensure all stakeholders understand your careers programme by using these templates to present it in a visual way.
An editable resource designed to be populated by Careers Leaders to reflect local information, to be given to KS4 students before their 1:1 guidance sessions.
Access free online interactive resources, ready-made lessons and work experience opportunities – and build them into your progressive careers programme.
This programme has been collated from resources across our partners and network to support young people with SEND under the 2 groups identified in the SEND toolkit. It contains lessons around employability skill development , employer projects and engagement videos all to support young people in their next steps.
This Gatsby Benchmark-aligned profiling platform is designed to present and evidence an individual’s natural talents – and align them with real job requirements.
The framework is designed primarily as a tool to support practitioners from across a range of institutions and sectors wishing to develop a programme of activity to increase knowledge and understanding, as well as support progression to higher education.