TMBSS works hard to raise all students’ aspirations and below information can be found about how this is done through the Careers Programme. This has been made even more important since the recent laws now state that children should be in education until their 18th birthday. To find out more information about this and what it means, click the link below.
Our aims are to:
- Equip students with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to make informed decisions about their post-16 plans and progression through a relevant careers programme.
- Support students with personalised information, advice and guidance to help them build the confidence and empower them to take charge of their own career development and progression.
Careers Lead: Alison Harper
Careers Adviser & Co-ordinator: Courtney Hall
DWP Link (Support for Schools Programme): Rachel Morgan
|Careers related Events||Work Experience||Vocational Courses|
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To ensure that the Careers Programme at TMBSS is having a positive impact on the student’s post-16 progression, we monitor the destination data1 and the individual activities2 success.
1 The DfE publishes a range of data on pupil destinations at 16 and 18 and we compare our school with other schools both locally and nationally.
2 We try to evaluate the success of each activity, including meetings with the careers advisor by asking students to fill in anonymous feedback forms.
Please feel free to contact the Careers co-ordinator if you have any questions.
Careers co-ordinator: Courtney Hall email@example.com 01584876129
The Careers Programme will be reviewed in July 2020.