What we Offer

 

 

At Hummersknott we pride ourselves on providing a full and varied careers programme. Enabling pupils to make fully, informed choices, every step of the way.

What we offer:

 

More details on what we do can be found:  policy and overview below.

 

 

Taught Lessons

Drop Down Days

Form Mentor Program

Year 7

 

Day 2- Careers in Action Part 1

World of work:

  1. Strengths/learning styles. (The Buzz)
  2. What is work like? (work life balance/what makes people like their jobs)
  3.  What jobs are out there? (LMI information/pay/hours/qualifications needed)
  4. Career plan

 

 

Day 5: Enterprise

  1. What is an entrepreneur?
  2. Junior apprentice.
  3. Tycoon challenge
  4. Tycoon challenge
  5. Presentation
  1. CEIAG at Hummersknott.
  2. Where would you like to be…
  3. Earliest memory
  4. Why do we study Maths?
  5. Why do we study English?
  6. Why do we study Science?
  7. Why do we study…. (other subjects)
  8. What are skills?
  9. What skills do I need?
  10. What skills do I need?
  11. Transition Do’s Don’t’s
  12. Transition Do’s Don’t’s
  13. Review of where I want to be.

Year 8

 

Day 3: Careers in Action Part 2:

  1. Interviews
  2. CV’s
  3. Employment Law
  4. LMI
  5. Career plan

 

1.       CEIAG at Hummersknott.

2.       Where would I like to be in …

3.       Planning for the future.

4.       Preparing for a careers interview.

5.       Getting your ideas together.

6.       Skills

7.       Qualities.

8.       Jobs I could do!

9.       H&S

10.     What skills do I need?

11.      What skills do I need?

12.      Review where would I like to be…

13.      What have I learnt so far?

Year 9

  1. Intro to careers.
  2. Rights in employment
  3. Start
  4. Plotr
  5. Career plan
  6. Leaflet (group) advice to other year 9’s going through the options process.

Day 3: Options

  1. CEIAG at Hummersknott.
  2. Planning for the future.
  3. Preparing for a careers interview.
  4. Money
  5. Needs and Wants.
  6. Bank Accounts.
  7. Bank Statements.
  8. Spender or saver?
  9. Credit versus saving.
  10. Credit cards.

Year 10

  1. Intro into Careers/review of transition point.
  2. Start
  3. WEX (how to find placements/email/letter examples etc)
  4. Research placements
  5. CV
  6. H&S/responsibilities of work
  7. Stereotyping/discrimination
  8. Selection process
  9. Career plan

Day 2: Enterprise

  1. Apprentice
  2. Running a business
  3. Running a business
  4. Running a business
  5. Presentations

 

Day 5: College Visits

 

1.       CEIAG at Hummersknott.

2.       Planning for the future.

3.       Preparing for a careers interview

4.       Money

5.       Money Quiz

6.      Wages

7.       Pay Slips

8.       Tax

9.     Pensions

10     National Insurance

Year 11

  1. Reflection on WEX
  2. Year a head/where to get help
  3. Careers convention prep (what should I be asking/looking for)
  4. Apprenticeships.
  5. Applications
  6. Interviews (how to do an interview)
  7. Interviews part 2 (watching The Job interview- identifying good/bad practice)
  8. Career Plan

 

Day 1: College day.

  1. QESFC
  2. DCOT
  3. HE (include budgeting/finance)
  4. Apprenticeships
  5. JCP

Day 4: Positively Mad

(Revision)

1.       CEIAG at Hummersknott.

2.       Planning for the future.

3.       Preparing for a careers interview

4.       Quiz.

5.       Mortgage

6.       Mortgage part 2

7.       Bills

8.       University

9.       Budgeting

10.      Budget