“ Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” – Steve Jobs
The Halifax Academy careers programme aims to provide all students with regular access to employers, further education providers, expert guidance and workplace experiences to support students in making informed and educated decisions about their next steps.
We want all of our students to have a voice to change the world. This means, we must teach our students to be able to navigate the unwritten social codes of interviews and networking with confidence. We recognise that the job market is ever-changing and seek to provide our students with knowledge, opportunities and experience that allow them to thrive Post-16.
We have specialist leadership for careers within the Academy and have been accredited with the Quality in Careers Standard, showing our commitment to high quality careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). Our careers offer is underpinned by the Gatsby framework with a commitment to meeting all eight benchmarks.
The intended outcomes of the careers programme include, but are not limited to:
We are committed to connecting with our community and supporting our students to make a difference in the world. We are always looking to invite employers and training providers from different sectors to come in and work with our students. If you are interested in hearing more about supporting our work, please get in touch:
Mrs Kozic-Shaw @ email@example.com.
Other careers support staff at THA include:
Mrs Jabbal – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Mackenzie – email@example.com
Diane Cothey (Careers Governor) – firstname.lastname@example.org
C & K Careers Activity Survey
The Halifax Academy uses data provided by the annual Activity Survey, produced by C & K Careers, which enables us to evaluate our careers education, information, advice and guidance programmes and how prepared our students are for the transition at the end of Year 11. The report includes information such as: what proportion of our cohort are EET and NEET, plus a comparison with previous years; breakdowns of the destinations of pupil premium students compared to non-pupil premium students; breakdowns by SEN, gender and ethnicity and a breakdown by course level and educational institutions now attended by the current year’s leavers.
The next review of our Careers Policy will be June 2022.
Skillsometer can help you discover jobs that you might like to do in the future based on your personal skills and interests.
For further information on a particular job, and to compare with other jobs, you can go to the Careerometer.
Careerometer can be used to help you to explore and compare different jobs. It provides access to a selection of UK headline data relating to pay, weekly hours of work and future employment prospects for different occupations.