A handy resource list for Year 10 PSHE teachers to help deliver empowering and inclusive careers education lessons. Resources include lesson plans, worksheets and PowerPoints and focus on topics including Personal Action Plans, roles in business and managing your online identity.Read More
Youth Employment UK has developed a useful set of teaching resources for use in PSHE lessons around careers education. The resources include lesson plans on careers in STEM and information about the free membership programme available to young people aged between 14 and 25 which contains links to information, advice and guidance about professional skills to be developed.Read More
his report draws together the findings from the fourth wave (wave 4) of the omnibus survey of school pupils and their parents/ carers in England, which was conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Department for Education (DfE).
Topics covered include:
Involvement in extra-curricular and musical activities, experience of breakfast clubs, and opinions towards flexible working for teachers
Exploring opinions towards citizenship and knowledge of politics
Decision-making regarding GCSEs and information received on apprenticeships and vocational qualifications
This short guide outlines the key considerations when supporting young people with special educational needs and disabilities to move into paid work. It covers:
Raising aspirations of children, young people and everyone around them
Ensuring high quality, impartial career information, advice and guidance for young people and outlining how this can be built into the curriculum
Understanding the use and importance of vocational pro les, how toinclude their development in classroom or tutorial time and how to ensure they inform a vocational curriculum
Developing work experiences in real work settings in line with aspirations
Working with social care to maximise opportunities for holiday and weekend jobs
Creating more work opportunities through traineeships, supported internships and apprenticeships
Ensuring that employment support is of high quality, staff are appropriately trained in supported employment and Training in Systematic Instruction and there are mechanisms for monitoring success rates
Ensuring follow-on support is in place for young people after they leave education to maintain or gain paid work
This Developing Career Skills guide offers advice and information on how to:
• Build effective programmes of career learning.
• Help young people navigate the quali cations scene.
• Support the career development of Generation Z.
• Keep up to date on labour market changes.
• Offer effective career coaching.Read More