On the 1st July we were asked to deliver two sessions for the LinkedIn partnered 2021 World Class School’s virtual symposium. Comprised of Secondary and Primary schools we discussed what world class Careers provision looked like. Hosted by Sandringham School in St Alban’s we presented ARRC contributed content to attendees and fielded questions from related to the information presented. It was a great way to spend the morning.
Our Chair Mike Britland recently participated in the British Council webinar on Careers Education in a pandemic. The rationale behind the event focused on how the Covid-19 pandemic is reshaping career opportunities for pupils across the world. Mike was joined by educators from India, Bangladesh and a little closer to home in Kent. Each speaker provided some national context regarding careers education as well as offering ways on which we can pivot to maximise opportunities.
Turning Careers Assemblies Week virtual at Kingsbury Green Academy has some huge positives. Instead of students choosing one assembly to attend, they can now watch all 23 assemblies should they wish – and so can their families and all our staff! They can now learn about more than one industry and they can increase their knowledge further about LMI. Hopefully they will also be motivated and feel inspired by more than one role model.
This Trinity College Cambridge programme is for groups of students who will be in Year 11 for the 2021/22 academic year (currently in Year 10) and an accompanying teacher from their school. Please read this page carefully before making an application. Complete the application form before the deadline to apply for the Stonehouse Residential is midday on Friday 4th June 2021. Late applications will not be accepted.
Each year Christ’s, Sidney Sussex and Murray Edwards Colleges at the University of Cambridge collaborate to run the Low Participation Neighbourhood (LPN) Summer School. This is a two year programme that commences in August of Year 11 with a summer school, continues with a programme of online support throughout Year 12 and culminates in a second summer school in August of Year 12. The summer schools usually take place in person, but will be online in 2021.
A programme for academically able Year 12 students to find out more about studying at a selective university like Cambridge! Each year, Christ’s College and King’s College at the University of Cambridge host Year 12 students from UK state schools to get a taste of studying here. We very much encourage nominations for and will prioritise students who are attending schools in disadvantaged areas (or have attended an 11-16 school, if you’re a 6th form/FE college reading!)
SOLD OUT – This event will provide you with information on how to develop your Careers programme to include the essential skills young people need for future employment and personal development success.
Are you a Governor, Trust leader or a member of SLT at a Secondary school who needs to understand how important Careers Education is?