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Benchmark 3: addressing the needs of each pupil



• Students have different career guidance needs at different stages. Opportunities for advice and support should be tailored to each of these stages, with diversity and equality embedded in the school’s careers programme.
• A school’s careers programme should actively seek to challenge stereotypical thinking and raise aspirations.
• Schools should keep systematic records of the individual advice given to each student and subsequent agreed decisions. All students should have access to these records to support their career development.
• Schools should collect and maintain accurate data for each student on their education, training or employment destinations for at least three years after they leave school.

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Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council Tracking Team: 0121 709 7015 Department of Education: How to use destinations data: click here

 

Example Resources

Worldskills UK Career Planning Toolkit includes resources that challenge stereotypical thinking (Lesson 6).  To download copies click here

TES Equality Act 2010 lesson plan.  To download the lesson click here

Equality and Human Rights Commission national guidance for schools on meeting equality law in relation to careers provision and advice on academic options.  To download click here

 

Useful Reading:

Moments of Choice Report (Careers & Enterprise Company, November 2016)



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