Welcome to Rawmarsh’s Careers Advice and Support pages.
Our careers staff can offer you a range of opportunities to plan and research your future study/employment options. Should you wish to speak to anyone about careers please email Miss Hussain.
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At Rawmarsh Community School, our Careers programme has the Gatsby Benchmarks at its centre.
The Gatsby Benchmarks are a framework of 8 guidelines that define the best careers provision in schools and colleges.
- A stable careers programme
- Learning from career and labour market information
- Addressing the needs of each pupil
- Linking curriculum learning to careers
- Encounters with employers and employees
- Experiences of workplaces
- Encounters with further and higher education
- Personal guidance
- Activity is evaluated by students on an individual basis.
- Overall provision and ideas for improvement are tabled and discussed as agenda items at Student Council.
- Provision is assessed against the national Gatsby Benchmarks and areas for development are identified.
- Careers and employability provision is also informed through annual individual student surveys asking respondents to identify areas of interest and support needed – this information is then used to support individuals and plan provisions such as trips to specific places of learning or employment.
- Provision is also informed through the sharing of good practice through local careers network meetings, the enterprise adviser network that the school is a part of and the professional development of the Careers Leader.
|2021 Destinations||Apprenticeships||FE College||School Sixth Form||Sixth Form College||Employment||Public Services/Armed Forces||Out of Area in Education||NEET (Not in education, employment or training)|
|All leavers July 21: 182||7||87||7||70||4||0||1||6|
|2020 Destinations||Apprenticeships||FE College||School Sixth Form||Sixth Form College||Employment||Public Services/Armed Forces||NEET (Not in education, employment or training)|
|All leavers July 20: 199||4||117||11||62||0||1||3|
|2019 Destinations||Apprenticeships||FE College||School Sixth Form||Sixth Form College||Employment||Public Services/Armed Forces||NEET (Not in education, employment or training)|
|All leavers July 19: 164||14||81||9||53||1||3||3|
Each year group is seen as a ‘stage’ in the process of working towards a career goal and becoming ‘able and ready for work’ and being the best that you can be.
|Years 7 & 8|
Experience & Knowledge
Experience & Choice
Opportunities out of school and a variety of external visitors into school to ‘broaden horizons’, increase interactions with employment, FE and HE providers and develop students own expectations of themselves.
Students develop an awareness of individual skill strengths and career preferences through drop-down days, information on careers related to subject areas and options lessons.
Personalised development including:
Employer-led and higher education led mentoring projects. Subject/interest specific opportunities both out of school and curriculum-based linked to clear identification of student interests
Education & Information
Specific information around:
Giving students the opportunity to experience the workplace and build up skills and experience through encouraging voluntary work experience.
Impartial personalised individual advice and guidance.Further development of employability skills and knowledge of opportunities.
Active support for all student post-16 applications and subsequent securing of offers from college and sixth forms.
Informed and successful post-16 transition and engagement.
Provider Access Procedure
This section sets out the arrangements for managing the access of providers to pupils at the school for the purpose of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer. This complies with the school’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education Act 1997.
All pupils in years 8-11 are entitled:
- to find out about technical education qualifications and apprenticeships.
- to hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer.
- to understand how to make applications for the full range of academic and technical courses.
Opportunities for access include:
- Year 7 Jobs & Careers Day: December
- Year 8 Options: January
- Year 10 Post-16 Taster Day: June
- Year 11 Assemblies throughout the year and
- Employability Day: October
Any provider, parent, individual or organisations wishing to request access should contact Rachel Mullins, Careers Leader on the details provided above.
Opportunities for access include:
- Year 7 Jobs & Careers Day
- Year 8 Options
- Year 10 Post-16 Taster Day
- Year 11 Assemblies throughout the year
- Employability Day