All Saints Academy is highly committed to providing our students with information, advice and guidance relating to future decisions and careers. As part of this we are working towards achieving all 8 of the Gatsby CEIAG Benchmarks.
A Youth Direction Careers Advisory Service is employed by the academy to ensure that every Year 11 student has at least 1, one to one impartial careers guidance interview. Mr Dave Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Academy’s named Careers Leader and is available to answer any questions from students, parents, carers, employers and learning providers regarding the current career provision.
Our Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) policy outlines our aims and objectives to ensuring all students have access to a high quality careers programme. Our careers policy and overview of the next academic year can be viewed here.
Provider Access Policy
Our Providers Access Policy can be viewed here.
POST 16 INFORMATION
Many college and training providers offer several open days/evenings and events across the academic year and the dates for each provider can be found on the link below.
Post 16 provider assemblies: As part of our commitment to our students we welcome post 16 providers to visit the academy and offer providers an opportunity to deliver assemblies. During the Autumn term the following Post 16 providers have already taken advantage of this service and are scheduled to deliver to our Year 11 cohort on the following dates:
13/09/2021 Middlesbrough College & TTE
27/09/2021 Kings Academy
04/10/2021 Northern School of Art
01/11/2021 NETA and Stockton Riverside
08/11/2021 Stockton Sixth Form
22/11/2021 Queen Elizabeth 6th Form
29/11/2021 Egglescliffe 6th Form
06/12/2021 Askham Bryan College
RESOURCES TO SUPPORT CAREERS LEARNING
The Tees Valley combined authority have put up a range of resources that can be accessed by all students and parents/carers:
https://www.teesvalleycareers.com/education/resources/ (select homeschooling toolkit from the dropdown)As part of our commitment to providing online learning, all students have been enrolled on the BeReady platform Not only does this website have lots of careers information, it also has a range of online courses and links to curriculum lessons and wellbeing resources:
https://learn.bereadygroup.org/login/index.php (please check your All Saints student email for log on details)STEM Learning, again as part of the STEM project there has been a variety of lessons, activities and resources placed on the SEM website:
WEBSITECareer Map provides several online magazines aimed at students and parents/carers providing information, activities and other resources to support decision making when considering career options.
APPRENTICESHIP PARENT PACKS
All Saints has excellent relationships with post 16 providers and aims to ensure that all students, upon completing their KS4 studies, are aware of the options available regarding their futures. As a result a significant percentage of students attend one of the many local excellent FE providers and our destination data can be seen in the charts below for our last 3 years leavers:
2020 Leavers destination data (136 students in known post 16 pathway of of cohort of 140 =97.14%)
2019 Leavers destination data (134 students in known post 16 pathway out of a cohort of 140 = 95.74%)
2018 Leavers destination data (62 students in known post 16 pathway out of a cohort of 142 = 43.66%)*
(*it is believed these figures are not a true representation due to the recent pandemic which has affected those students who may be attending university or change of career path as a result of COVID-10)