HT Careers Programme

This information is designed for students, teachers, parents and employers

At Haileybury Turnford we are committed to providing a careers programme to inform and equip every student in Year 7 to 13 with the information, skills and options needed to ensure they have a successful and smooth transition from education into employment.

We offer a tailored careers programme for each year group, which is designed to inspire our students, raise their aspirations and promote access to different career paths. In addition to year group activities, we also give parents information at planned events throughout the year and listen to student and parent voice regarding careers education through annual focus groups and questionnaires.  Please see link below:

We have a dedicated Careers Leader, Mr Ewan Macaulay, who oversees all aspects of careers education, advice and guidance at Haileybury Turnford. Mr Macaulay can be contacted using macaulaye@haileyburyturnford.com.

Haileybury Turnford Careers Programme

This information is designed for students, teachers, parents and employers

At Haileybury Turnford we are committed to providing a careers programme to inform and equip every student in Year 7 to 13 with the information, skills and options needed to ensure they have a successful and smooth transition from education into employment.

We offer a tailored careers programme for each year group, which is designed to inspire our
students, raise their aspirations and promote access to different career paths. In addition to year group activities, we also give parents information at planned events throughout the year and listen to student and parent voice regarding careers education through annual focus groups and questionnaires.

In 2014, Lord Sainsbury’s Gatsby Charitable foundation published a report titled “Good Career Guidance”. The report identified eight benchmarks that are core dimensions of good careers and enterprise provision in schools.

We currently meet all eight benchmarks to ensure our students have the very best careers provision available. The eight benchmarks are:

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

To help us deliver each of these benchmarks we work with a range of partners and organisations to support our Careers and IAG provision some of our partners are shown below.

YCH Services for Young People – Click Here

Provide impartial careers interviews and advise
to each of our year 11 and sixth form students

Hertfordshire Local Enterprise PartnershipClick Here

Support in meeting the Gatsby benchmarks and
evaluating careers and IAG provision

Innovative Career SolutionsClick Here

Provide opportunities for students to gain work
shadowing through an assessment centre experience with year 12 students
Student visits and Deliver on the year 10 Careers Day

UnifrogClick Here

Platform that helps students to make the best
choices and submit the strongest applications

University of HertfordshireClick Here

In conjunction with their Outreach programme they provide a range of in school and on
campus activities for all year groups to gain more information about going to university and
what it will be like.

 

Policies
Haileybury Turnford facilitates access of providers to the School for the purpose of giving students information about the provider’s access or training offer. This complies with the School’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education Act 1997. For further details please see our provider access policy below.

 

Careers Programme
We deliver a structured CEIAG activity plan which is reviewed on an ongoing basis and involves all year groups. Below is a brief outline of some of the key activities we offer.

 

Careers Champions
Each faculty area has their own careers champion who is responsible for linking curriculum learning to careers, bringing in external speakers and organising trips and visits that are related to careers.

Careers Bulletins
In addition to weekly form times the school also produces a weekly careers bulletin designed to keep students, parents and staff updated on all things related to careers. Please find below links to the current bulletin and previous issues.


Documents:

CEIAG Policy
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Provider Access Statement - Careers (Baker Clause)
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Careers Bulletin 56
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National Apprenticeship Week Overall Plan
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NCW Newsletter
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Careers Bulletin 55
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Careers Bulletin 53
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Careers Bulletin 52
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Careers Bulletin 51
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Careers Bulletin 50
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Careers Bulletin 49
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Careers Bulletin 48
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Careers Bulletin 47
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Careers Bulletin 46
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Careers Bulletin 45
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Careers Bulletin 44
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Careers Bulletin 43
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Careers Bulletin 42
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Careers Bulletin 41
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Careers Bulletin 40
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29th April 2020 Year 10 Work Shadowing information letter
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Creating your Unifrog account
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Careers Bulletin 39
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Careers Bulletin 38
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Careers Bulletin 37
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Careers Bulletin 36
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Careers Bulletin 35
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Careers Bulletin 34
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Careers Bulletin 33
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Careers Bulletin 32
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Careers Bulletin 32
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Careers Bulletin 31
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Careers Bulletin 30
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Careers Bulletin 29
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Careers Bulletin 28
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Careers Bulletin 27
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Careers Bulletin 26
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Careers Bulletin 25
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Careers Bulletin 24
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Careers Bulletin 23
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Careers Bulletin 22
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Careers Bulletin 21
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Careers Bulletin 20
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Careers Bulletin 19
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Careers Bulletin 18
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Careers Bulletin 17
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Careers Bulletin 16
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Careers Bulletin 15
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Careers Bulletin 14
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Careers Bulletin 13
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Careers Bulletin 12
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Careers Bulletin 11
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Careers Bulletin 10
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