Please find below a programme of CEIAG events for years 7 to 13. Please note that these events are subject to change.

 

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Year 7

Year 7Autumn Term 1 September - OctoberAutumn Term 2 November - DecemberSpring Term 1 January - februarySpring Term 2 March - AprilSummer Term 1 April - MaySummer Term 2 June - July



OBJECTIVE:

DISCOVER
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK

STEPS and icould.com Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
http://www.icould.com
during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)
BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – discover careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – discover careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – discover careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – explore careers
STEPS Programme I/Could – explore careers
International Day of Languages
BM 1,4


Open Evening
BM 1,4
Bolton Parish Church
BM 4,5

Greenpower/Porsche Kit Car Competition
(BM 2,4,5,6)
National Apprenticeship Week (3rd – 7th Feb) Assemblies
BM 2,4,5,7

Unifrog Enrolment
(BM 1,2,4,5,7)
Careers Speed Networking Event

(BM 2,4,5,7)
Faith Trail
BM 4,5

Year 8

YEAR 8Autumn Term 1 Septermber - OctoberAutumn Term 2 November - DecemberSpring Term 1 Spring Term 2 March - AprilSummer Term 1 April - MaySummer Term 2 June - July






OBJECTIVE:

EXPLORE
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK

STEPS and I/Could. Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
www.icould.com

during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)

BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – explore careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – explore careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – explore careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – explore careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – explore careers
Bolton Futures For Me – Careers Event at Bolton College

BM 2,5,7

Open Evening
BM 1,4

Digital Her Day
BM 2,4,5
Options Assemblies

BM 2,4

Amazon Web Services Boot camp
(run over two terms)

BM 2,4,5,6

Inspired to Aspire Mentoring Programme

(BM, 5,6)

Greenpower/Porsche Kit Car Competition
(BM 2,4,5,6)

Engineer for a Day
MBDA/University of Bolton

(BM 2,4,5,7)
Options Evening

BM 2,4

National Apprenticeship Week (3rd – 7th Feb) Assemblies

BM 2,4,5,7

Performing Arts Theatre Trip

BM 4

Unifrog Enrolment

(BM 1,2,4,5,7)
Careers Speed Networking Event

(BM 2,4,5,7)

Year 9

YEAR 9Autumn Term 1Autumn Term 2Spring Term 1 January – FebruarySpring Term 2Summer Term 1Summer Term 2 





OBJECTIVE:

INVESTIGATE
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK
STEPS and I/Could. Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
www.icould.com
during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)
BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – investigate careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – investigate careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – investigate careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – investigate careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – investigate careers
Bolton Futures For Me – Careers Event at Bolton College

BM 2,5,7

Open Evening

BM 1,4

MFL Languages Leadership Award
(run over the academic year)

BM 1,4

World Challenge Assembly

BM 1,4

Police and Prison Engagement Day

BM 5
Canon Slade Careers Convention

BM 2,5,7

RSC Christmas Lecture

BM4

Cyberstart

BM 3,4

Greenpower/Porsche Kit Car Competition

(BM 2,4,5,6)
iDEA
(electronic Duke of Edinburgh)

BM 3,4

National Apprenticeship Week (3rd – 7th Feb) Assemblies

BM 2,4,5,7

Unifrog Enrolment

(BM 1,2,4,5,7)
MFL Leadership Award Primary School Visit

BM 4

Year 10

YEAR 10Autumn Term 1 Septermber - OctoberAutumn Term 2 November - DecemberSpring Term 1 Spring Term 2 March - AprilSummer Term 1 April - MaySummer Term 2 June - July




OBJECTIVE:

EXPLORE
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK

STEPS and I/Could. Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
www.icould.com
during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)


BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
Bolton Futures For Me – Careers Event at Bolton College


BM 2,3,5,7

National Apprenticeship Show – Bolton Arena


BM 2,5,6


Work Experience Launch


BM 2,5,6


Ladderstore - Introduction to Business (Btec)


BM 2,4,5,6


World Challenge Assembly


BM 1,4


Police and Prison Engagement Day


BM 5

Canon Slade Careers Convention


BM 2,5,7


Safari Career Insight Day – Domiciliary Care


BM 2,4,5,6


Greenpower/Porsche Kit Car Competition


(BM 2,4,5,6)


Domiciliary Care Information Day NHS


(BM 4,5,6)

Science Live 2020 - Bridgewater Hall


BM 4


National Apprenticeship Week (3rd – 7th Feb) Assemblies


BM 2,4,5,7


Performing Arts Theatre Trip


BM 4


Unifrog Enrolment


(BM 1,2,4,5,7)

Exyte Hargreaves Talk (Parents evening)


(BM 2,4,5)

Work Experience Programme - one week placement


BM 2,5,6



Connexions Interview begin
BM 2,8

Sixth Form Taster Day/UCAS Progress Registration
BM 4,7

Year 11

YEAR 11Autumn Term 1 Septermber - OctoberAutumn Term 2 November - DecemberSpring Term 1 Spring Term 2 March - AprilSummer Term 1 April - MaySummer Term 2 June - July





OBJECTIVE:

EXPLORE
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK

STEPS and I/Could. Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
www.icould.com
during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)

BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
Connexions
Interviews

BM 2,8


Bolton Futures For Me
– Careers Event at Bolton College

BM 2,5,7

Personal Statement/CV Writing

BM 4

FE Application Process

BM 4,8

LLS CV writing assembly

BM 2,4,5

Exyte Hargreaves Assembly /drop in session

BM, 2,4,5

MBDA Careers assembly

BM, 2,4,5

World Challenge Assembly

BM 1,4

Progress Interviews

BM 3,4

Connexions
Interviews

BM2,8


Canon Slade Careers Convention

BM 2,5,7

Exyte Hargreaves
Open Day

BM 2,5,6

Pathways Day

BM 4,7,8

FE Application Process

BM 4,8

Greenpower/Porsche Kit Car Competition

(BM 2,4,5,6)

Connexions Interviews

BM2,8


UK Fast, Careers Assembly

BM 2,4,5

National Apprenticeship Week (3rd – 7th Feb) Assemblies

BM 2,4,5,7

Performing Arts Theatre Trip

BM 4

Unifrog Enrolment

(BM 1,2,4,5,7)

Adam Corbally Motivational Speaker

(BM 2,4,5)

Connexions Interviews

BM2,8

Connexions Interviews

BM2,8


(GCSE Exams)
(GCSE Exams)

Year 12

*Please refer to the Year 12 Enrichment Programme for full list of lectures for the academic year).

YEAR 12Autumn Term 1 Septermber - OctoberAutumn Term 2 November - DecemberSpring Term 1 Spring Term 2 March - AprilSummer Term 1 April - MaySummer Term 2 June - July






OBJECTIVE:

EXPLORE
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK

STEPS and I/Could. Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
www.icould.com
during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)

BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8

UClan – Games Design
BM 4,7


Feeding Britain’s Future Employability Skills
BM 2,4,5

Performing Arts Theatre Trip
BM 4

National Apprenticeship Show – Bolton Arena
BM 2,5,6
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8

Canon Slade Careers Convention
BM 2,5,7

Morgan Motor Company Tour
BM 2,5,6

Jaguar Plant Tour
(Castle Bromwich)
BM 2,5,6

Performing Arts Theatre Trip
BM 4

MBDA Site Talk/Tour
(BM 2,4,5,6)
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8

Unifrog Registration
BM 2,4,7,8

UCAS Fair, Manchester
BM4,7

Leeds University Medicine Roadshow Session 1
BM 2,4,7
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8

Leeds University Medicine Roadshow Session 2
BM 2,4,7

Year 13

YEAR 13Autumn Term 1 Septermber - OctoberAutumn Term 2 November - DecemberSpring Term 1 Spring Term 2 March - AprilSummer Term 1 April - MaySummer Term 2 June - July







OBJECTIVE:

EXPLORE
THE
WORLD
OF
WORK

STEPS and I/Could. Students work through STEPs booklets or explore careers on
www.icould.com
during Form Period with Form tutors (one session per week)
BM 2,4,5
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
STEPS Programme
I/Could – experience careers
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8

Student Interview Evening
BM 2,4,5

BAE Systems Work Experience Applications Open
BM 2,4,5,6

Air Bus Apprenticeship Application Window opens
BM 2,4,5,6

Performing Arts Theatre Trip
BM 4

Exyte Hargreaves Assembly /drop in session
BM, 2,4,5

Modern Languages Study Day
MMU
BM 4,7

Maths Problem Solving Conference
University of Manchester
BM 4,7

National Apprenticeship Show – Bolton Arena
BM 2,5,6
Connexions Interviews
BM2,8

Canon Slade Careers Convention
BM 2,5,7

BAE Systems Apprenticeship App Window Opens
BM 2,5,6

PwC Apprenticeship App Window Opens
BM 2,5,6

MBDA Apprenticeship App Window Opens
BM 2,5,6

Morgan Motor Company Tour
BM 2,5,6

Jaguar Plant Tour
(Castle Bromwich)
BM 2,5,6

Performing Arts Theatre Trip
BM 4
(Exams)

Intended Outcomes:

Year 7:

Students will develop an increased awareness of their skills and qualities. They will also gain an awareness of progression pathways and develop their knowledge of the different careers available to them.

Year 8:

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the different employment sectors and workplaces. This will help them to make informed choices when choosing their Options.

Year 9:

Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of entry requirements, training and progression pathways for a variety of careers.

Year 10:

Students will begin to develop their employability skills and gain an understanding of the world of work through a work placement programme.

Year 11:

Students will feel confident to make informed choices on the next stages of their education.

Year 12:

Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding in a meaningful work experience placement related to their chosen career pathway.

Year 13:

Students will feel empowered and ready to continue within Education or move into Employment.

 

 

 

 

Gatsby Benchmark 

  1.  A stable careers programme 
    Every school and college should have an embedded programme of career education and guidance that is known and understood by pupils, parents, teachers and employers.
  2. Learning from career and labour market information
    Every pupil, and their parents, should have access to good-quality information about future study options and labour market opportunities. They will need the support of an informed adviser to make best use of available information.
  3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
    Pupils have different career guidance needs at different stages. Opportunities for advice and support need to be tailored to the needs of each pupil. A school’s careers programme should embed equality and diversity considerations throughout.
  4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
    All teachers should link curriculum learning with careers. For example, STEM subject teachers should highlight the relevance of STEM subjects for a wide range of future career paths.
  5. Encounters with employers and employees
    Every pupil should have multiple opportunities to learn from employers about work, employment and the skills that are valued in the workplace. This can be through a range of enrichment activities including visiting speakers, mentoring and enterprise schemes.
  6. Experiences of workplaces
    Every pupil should have first-hand experiences* of the workplace through work visits, work shadowing and/or work experience to help their exploration of career opportunities, and expand their networks.
  7. Encounters with further and higher education
    All pupils should understand the full range of learning opportunities that are available to them. This includes both academic and vocational routes and learning in schools, colleges, universities and in the workplace.
  8. Personal guidance
    Every pupil should have opportunities for guidance interviews with a careers adviser, who could be internal (a member of school staff) or external, provided they are trained to an appropriate level. These should be available whenever significant study or career choices are being made. They should be expected for all pupils but should be timed to meet their individual

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