A manifesto for change…have your say on breaking generational inequality

This week Teach First launched their manifesto consultation which lays the foundations to make the UK’s education system work better for the most in need. As they quite rightly state, ‘too many children in the UK aren’t getting the education they deserve. But as the country begins to rebuild after COVID-19, our nation has a unique opportunity to break the cycle of generational inequality’. Find out how you can have your say on

Careers Assemblies – Kingsbury Green Academy (CCC)

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.

National Careers Week 2021 – Social Media Highlights

Following on from our #NAW2021 highlights page, we thought it would be nice to provide a space to highlight some of the amazing activities taking place this week for National Careers Week 2021. As always, #NCW2021 will be a storming success. Does your school or college feature?

Skills and CEIAG are the ladders for which young people need to climb

Earlier today Skills Builder Partnership released the ‘Better Prepared: Essential skills and employment outcomes for young people’ research. The results are timely, hard-hitting and require immediate attention and action from all.

National Apprenticeship Week 2021 – Social Media Highlights

We thought it would be nice to provide a space to highlight some of the amazing activities taking place this week. Considering the extremely difficult circumstances that schools and colleges are facing, #NAW2021 has been a storming success. Does your school or college feature?

Incorporating all Stakeholders in your Careers Ambassador Plans

Being a Careers Leader may be your role but leading careers is everyone’s responsibility. How can you expand the Careers Ambassador function to incorporate key stakeholders to make truly inclusive?

Whether they are called Ambassadors or Champions, the role they play is vital

In this first of our two part series on ambassadors or champions, we discuss the vital role curriculum area advocates have in any school or college Careers programme. Here we discuss how you can bring colleagues on board and help them embed your Careers programme into every facet of school life.

Identifying that you have a problem is the first step in fixing the problem

There has never been a more challenging time for students in our schools. is everything working as it should with #CareersEd in Secondary schools?