Students can book an individual careers guidance interview with Mr Martin, Careers, Advice & Guidance Manager by visiting the Careers Office in the LRC or following the ‘Careers’ link on the Intranet. Mr Martin offers expert, impartial guidance on the following topics:
Sixth Formers can find more information here.
Careers Leader: Steve Martin
Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 01935 810118
Mr Martin is a Level 7 qualified Careers Guidance Professional and a member of the Career Development Institute and abides by their code of ethics which is displayed in the Careers office. He provides independent, impartial advice on all the options available to young people at the Gryphon School.
A summary of the programme can be accessed here and for the Sixth form here. Pupils, parents, teachers and employers may also access further information about the careers programme by contacting the Careers Leader directly. The Gryphon School also offers students and families the opportunity to book an appointment to see the Careers Leader. The Careers Leader is in school during the week and can provide tailored information, advice and guidance relating to the post-16 options available to students. To book an appointment to see the Careers Leader, please telephone or email Mr Martin directly using the contact details shown above. The Head teacher and Governing Body of the Gryphon School are committed to providing an independent and impartial programme of Post-16 Information, Advice and Guidance to students in Years 7 to 11.
How the school measures and assesses the impact of the careers programme on pupils
The Gryphon School, in the first instance, measures and assesses its career programme against the Gatsby Career Benchmarks. The impact of its programme is assessed through both pupil and parent voice as well as such as a feedback card and associated info alongside destination info and other developments.
In relationship to other parts of the curriculum and other policies Careers education is conducted in accordance with the School’s equal opportunities policy, work experience policy, external visits policy and other relevant policies. The whole school remit of careers is recognised and the whole careers related curriculum is currently being developed alongside that of other areas so that careers education is an integral part of the whole school curriculum.
The overall management of Careers Education and Guidance is with a member of the school’s senior management team, assisted by the Careers Leader/Adviser.
Date of Review:
The Careers programme will be evaluated in June 2019
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