At Bedale High School we provide all students with comprehensive careers information, advice and guidance (‘CEIAG’) to enable them to become effective decision-makers and to plan for their future careers.
We seek to raise their aspirations and awareness of all the options and opportunities available to them.
Contact details of the school’s Careers Leader
Name: Mr Andy Childe
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Name: Mrs Val Clayden
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Telephone number: 01677 422419
All students have an entitlement to careers support from Year 7 through to Year 11 and they can have a careers appointment, where they will receive impartial and realistic information, advice and guidance. Students will all follow career education programmes at key transition points through the form tutor programme, assemblies, enrichment events/visits (e.g. Work-Ready Weak and our annual Careers Fayre during National Careers Week) and the PSHE programme.
The school evaluates the effectiveness of the careers programme through pupil and parent voice (including the, “Growing Up in North Yorkshire” survey) as well as using the online Compass Review tool (in collaboration with Angela Willmington from NYCC); this evaluation is underpinned by the Gatsby Benchmarks which allows us to evaluate the impact of our careers programme on students, which in turn feeds into our Careers Action Plan.
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