Careers Education at Hope High

 Our vision - To educate, advise and inform our pupils of ALL pathways that will lead them to employment.

To deliver a broad and balanced careers program that will raise aspirations, develop employability skills for them to be positive members of our society and our future work force.

 

School's Family Liaison Officer and Careers Lead

Claire Abraham is the School's Family Liaison Officer and Careers Lead, she has experience supporting young people with Special Educational Needs to engage with education, employment and training transitioning from Key Stage 4 to post 16. Claire has developed and  maintains strong links across the community to help improve pupil opportunities and outcomes.

The children recognise her as the person to talk to about their future plans or aspirations. Claire attends every Annual Review and contributes towards each pupils' options as they move forward in life.

has experience supporting young people with Special Educational Needs to engage with education, employment and training transitioning from Key Stage 4 to post 16. Claire has developed and  maintains strong links across the community to help improve pupil opportunities and outcomes.

The children recognise her as the person to talk to about their future plans or aspirations. Claire attends every Annual Review and contributes towards each pupils' options as they move forward in life.

 

Gatsby Benchmarks

What are the Gatsby benchmarks?
The eight benchmarks are a framework for good career guidance developed to support schools and based on best practice from across the world.

 

Gatsby benchmarking

 

 

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