Careers & IAG
Careers information and guidance is available to all. At Tabor; we want all students to make good choices for the future – ‘informed decisions are good decisions’
Your School Careers Advisor is: Ms Al-Najjar
You can contact the careers advisor at school or via the Careers Google Classroom
WHAT IS IT?
Careers/IAG is to help students think about and plan their future; Careers/IAG is to help students find out which pathway is best for them. To enable good understanding and positive attitudes, we aim to engage with parents and give them access to Careers: Bill Law’s ‘Community Interaction Theory’ states how our perceptions about careers are gained from within our communities. By working in partnership we hope to ensure positive outcomes for all our students.
At Tabor we aim to provide timely, impartial advice and guidance.
HOW IS IT PROVIDED?
Careers information is provided to students in different formats –
In person through:
- 1:1 Careers interviews are available termly with a member of staff.
- Careers sessions are provided to students through PSCHE lessons and presentation lessons given to each tutor group at each transition stage
- Careers trips to a range of places including Careers Events, Insight days and to visits to Further and Higher Education Colleges
In written form through:
- a monthly bulletin on the plasma screens & website
- a noticeboard within the school.
Interactively through internet links:
- Kudos – an Online Career Guidance platform for 12-18 year olds
- Google Classroom, Please contact tutors for class codes.
- Useful websites
- Barclays Lifeskills.
CAREERS PLANNING INFORMATION: USEFUL WEBSITES
For Key Stage 3 Students
For Key Stage 4 Students
For Key Stage 5 Students
Pathways is the term used to refer to the different paths students may take. At secondary school these will occur at KS4 & KS5. Pathways are the qualifications with their levels and the routes that students can take to acquire them.
Look at the ‘Levels and Qualifications’ table showing these pathways.
Choosing an appropriate pathway will involve choosing an appropriate course and where to do it.
The school evaluates the careers provision through students and parent feedback, LEAN advice and self-evaluations. These are recorded on Compass+ software to allow all careers data to be stored in one location.
The careers provision is evaluated termly, with the next review due in the Autumn term 2023.