Linking curriculum teaching to careers is every teacher's responsibility. A consistent approach across year groups will ensure that students have a range of information, skills and experiences which will help them to make informed decisions about their future pathways. All teachers and support staff should promote employability skills across the curriculum and challenge students to raise their aspirations.
The following links can give you further information and useful resources you may wish to use with your students.
Careers and Enterprise Company - inspiring and preparing young people for the fast-changing world of work.
National Careers Service - information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
St. Hugh's School Careers Programme - new for 2020/21
Barclay's LifeSkills - a curriculum linked programme developed with teachers to help improve the skills and employability of young people in the UK. Look out for the sessions designed specifically for students with SEND.
BBC Bitesize Careers - useful videos to explain and give advice about the world of work.
BBC Teach Careers Support - a collection of classroom resources focused on careers guidance.
CareerPilot - careers information and tools for 11 - 19 year olds, all in one place.
iCould - real stories to inspire careers. Take the Buzz Quiz to find out which animal you are.
My World of Work Partner Resources - lesson plans, fact sheets and planning your session guides to support young people at different stages.
Oak National Academy - explore the My Week of Work resources or the Preparing for Adulthood lessons as part of the specialist curriculum.
Pearson Resources for Careers Teachers - inspire your students and help them to focus on their future with practical, motivating teaching resources for your careers lessons with Year 8s to Year 11s.
Skills Builder - the site for building essential skills at every stage of life.
Page Updated: 11 November 2020