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Careers Provision

Reach Academy is dedicated to raising aspirations, challenging stereotypes and inspiring students to achieve their full potential. We are committed to delivering an aspirational, personalised careers programme to all our pupils, working towards the Gatesby Career Benchmarks. Reach Academy is committed to our duty to provide students with impartial and inspirational Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) to students. The impact of our program is tracked and measured via the Compass tracking tool.

Pupils have the opportunity to meet with local learning and training providers. We provide exciting lessons across the curriculum informing students of careers and future pathways, as well as targeted interventions and meaningful experiences.

Tracking and Evaluation Arrangements

When pupils arrive at Reach Academy, a request is put in to their previous school to access any individual careers records. Reach Academy will keep systematic records of careers experience which will be passed on to their next placement for continuity. Reach Academy uses the Compass Tool to track its progress against the Gatsby Benchmarks. The Careers Leader has responsibility for completing the Compass Tool on a termly basis and uses this data to identify areas for further development.

 Careers Advisor

Suzanne Impagliazzo is the Careers Adviser from C&K Careers who works with students at Reach Academy

C&K Careers offer independent and impartial advice and guidance service for young people.  They work in partnership with schools and other organisations to and help young people apply for and access the most appropriate post 16 provision to suit their individual needs.

Support offered by the Careers Adviser includes:

  • raise aspirations, increase motivation and challenge stereotyping
  • · support students to recognise barriers to their learning and achievement and to make informed decisions and appropriate choices about their options
  • · enable students to make a successful transition into their next education setting

All students have the opportunity to meet with Suzanne for individual careers interviews.  These take place throughout the year and students may go as many times as required.

Contacting your Careers Advisor

If you would like to contact Suzanne to discuss options or arrange an appointment you can do so in the following ways:

· Telephone: 01484 225500 and ask for Suzanne Impagliazzo · Email: Impagliazzo@ckcareers.org.uk

Laura Ashton and Finlay Currie are our Careers Leaders at Reach Academy. If you would like to speak to Laura or Finley you can contact then on the following:

Telephone: 01924 478482

Email: LAshton@eat.uk.com

FCurrie@eat.uk.com

Further Careers Guidance

https://ckcareersonline.org.uk/

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles

https://www.ratemyapprenticeship.co.uk/

For Students

https://www.futuregoalsvwx.co.uk/sectors

https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeshipsearch

home

https://www.techskills.org/careers/

For Parent/Carers

https://futuregoals.co.uk/parent-carer-resource/

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C&K Careers Advice

C&K Careers

78 John William Street | Huddersfield | HD1 1EH

T: 01484 225500   Fax: 08724 464511

W: www.ckcareers.co.uk | www.ckcareersonline.org.uk

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Reach Academy

The Field Hill Centre
Batley
WF17 0BQ

Telephone01924 478482

Emailreachoffice@eat.uk.com

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