Careers Information, Advice and Guidance at The Hart School

The Hart School is committed to providing our students with a programme of careers education, information, advice and guidance for all students in years 7–13.
The Hart School endeavours to follow the National Framework for CEG 11–19 in England (DfES, 2003) and other relevant guidance from DCSF, QCA and Ofsted as it appears.
Students’ provision is incorporated into assemblies, tutor activities and focussed collapsed curriculum days (called Life and Soul Days) across the school year. Students also experience workshops and talks from professionals and attend university open days.
Our careers provision is planned alongside the S.M.S.C. provision and can be found on our school’s S.M.S.C. calendar.
Students also use careers software in order to allow them to explore a range of career choices and gain additional information about planned careers.
Our Careers Advisor is also available at parents’ evenings and parents are encouraged to book appointments with the careers officer at these events.

Careers Information, Advice and Guidance 2017 – 2018

The Hart School is committed to providing our students with a programme of careers education,
information, advice and guidance for all students in years 7–13.
The Hart School endeavours to follow the National Framework for CEG 11–19 in England (DfES,
2003) and other relevant guidance from DCSF, QCA and Ofsted as it appears.
Students’ provision is incorporated into assemblies, tutor activities and focussed collapsed
curriculum days (called Life and Soul Days) across the school year. Students also experience
workshops and talks from professionals and attend university open days.
Careers Information 2017-2018

Careers Information, Advice and Guidance Framework

Careers Education, Information Advice and Guidance makes a major contribution to preparing young
people for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life, in order to help them make a
successful transition to adulthood:
  • Preparing students for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life
  • Supporting young people to achieve their full potential
  • Empowering young people to plan and manage their own futures
  • Providing comprehensive information on all options
  • Raising aspirations
  • Promoting equality, diversity, social mobility and challenges stereotypes
  • Enabling young people to sustain employability and achieve personal and economic wellbeing
    throughout their lives
Careers Information and Guidance Framework

Our Careers Advisor

We work closely with an independent careers service who provide careers information, advice and guidance to our students.

Evaluation of Careers provision 2016 – 2017

In 2016 – 2017, we increased our careers provision for students. This was in order to ensure that students left school prepared for life in modern Britain and to ensure that they made appropriate choices for their planned future.