Preparing students for their next steps is a key part of our role at Monkseaton High School. Providing students, parents/carers and staff with the most up to date careers guidance and information is key to ensure that all of our students can make fully informed decisions about their futures. We offer support to all of our students across all key stages so that they are prepared for adult life and the world of work. Our CEIAG provision is delivered through our curriculum, tutorial programme, drop down days and additional one off tailored events/activities.
MHS Careers Lead: Sean Hay (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 0191 297 9700.
MHS Governors: Our CEIAG strategy and policy has been formally adopted by our governing body. Our careers link governor Angela Towes.
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These pictures are from our careers events in 2019-20
What are the Gatsby Benchmarks?
In 2014, Lord Sainsbury’s Gatsby Charitable Foundation published a report by Professor Sir John Holman, Adviser in Education at the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, titled “Good Career Guidance.”
The report identified eight benchmarks that are the core dimensions of good careers and enterprise provision in schools. These benchmarks are a central component of the DfE “Careers Strategy” that was published in December 2017 and are what we as a school strive to achieve every day for all students at Monkseaton High.
1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance
Our Aims at MHS:
Click here for our School Careers Strategy document.
Click here for our Careers Programme Overview 2019-20
To help students develop the skills and confidence to make realistic and informed decisions about their futures and to manage the transitions from one stage of their education, training and work to the next.
To ensure that students develop the skills and attitudes necessary for success in adult and working life.
To make students aware of the range of opportunities which are realistically available to them in higher education and training
To equip students with the necessary decision-making skills to manage those same transitions.
To develop in students an awareness of the wide variety of education, training and careers opportunities both locally and nationally.
To foster links between the school, local businesses and further/higher education establishments.
To enable students to experience the world of work and develop transferable skills, for example; independence; resilience; personal learning and thinking skills.
To ensure that wherever possible, all young people leave the school to enter employment, further education or training.
To maintain a culture of high aspirations.
To promote equality of opportunity, embrace diversity, challenge stereotypes and ensure all students who require any extra assistance and guidance to reach their potential
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We are always looking to share the successes of our past students and highlight the career pathways they now follow. These stories and profiles can be very inspiring and eye opening for current students. Showing the diversity of the real world and the job prospects available is key in allowing our students to make fully informed choices about their own futures.
If you have previously attended Monkseaton High School and would like to share your career story please contact Sean Hay at email@example.com or 0191 297 9700.
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