Mrs Emily Callan
Miss Annabel Hyde
Mr Steven McLean
Independent Careers Advisor
The main aims of careers provision at York High School are to:
This policy is underpinned by Sections 42A and 45A of the Education Act 1997, and has regard to the DfE’s statutory guidance, ‘Careers guidance and inspiration in schools’, which was last updated in October 2018.
Careers Guidance at York High connects learning to the future and is an integral part of Personal, Social and Health Education. Our aim is to motivate students by giving them a clearer idea of the routes to jobs and careers that they will find engaging and rewarding. We believe our careers guidance widens our students’ horizons, challenges stereotypes and raises aspirations. It provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make successful transitions to the next stage of their life. We support social mobility by improving opportunities for all students. The programme includes:
You can find out more about our Careers Programme here.
We will evaluate the success of the careers programme by:
Through our strong partnership with NCOP, YHS students will meet with employers and other outside agencies to gain independent and impartial advice about the options which are best suited to them as individuals.
The careers curriculum is enriched through external support with opportunities to engage with external teams on a regular basis.
Should you wish to contact our aspirations and careers team to give feedback, or seek help, please email Mrs Callan: email@example.com
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