Delivering excellent careers guidance in schools– an Ofsted perspective Karen Adriaanse HMI Special Adviser (Improvement) FE and skills March 2015
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Delivering excellent careers guidance in schools an Ofsted perspectiveKaren Adriaanse HMISpecial Adviser (Improvement) FE and skillsMarch 2015
The context for careers guidanceThe raising of the participation ageThe high youth unemploymentIncreasing number of young people whose destinations are unknownThe 16 to 19 study programmes
The 16-19 study programmesThe underpinning principles of the study programmes, which require that:all providers of 16-19 education and training should develop well-designed individual study programmes that offer 16-19 learners progression to a higher level of study than their prior attainment to meet clear educational and career aspirations.
School inspection handbook September 2014 (para 154)Inspectors should explore:the extent to which the school has developed and implemented a strategy for ensuring that all pupils in Years 8 to 13 receive effective careers guidancethe impact of this guidance in helping young people to make informed choices about their next stepshow well the school meets the needs of all vulnerable groups of pupils, including reducing the numbers who do not continue to education, employment or traininghow well the school works with families to support them in overcoming the cultural obstacles that often stand in the way of the most able pupils from deprived backgrounds attending university.
School inspection handbook September 2014 (2)Quality of leadership in and management of the school - Paragraph 155 Inspectors should explore:how effectively the school works in partnership with other schools, early years providers, external agencies and the community (including business) to improve the school, extend the curriculum and increase the range and quality of learning opportunities for pupils.
The growth in apprenticeships
under 1919-24over 25Total2
New Common Inspection Framework 2015for schools, non-association independent schools, further education and skills providers and registered early years providers.
under it four graded judgements across all remits. leadership and management; teaching, learning and assessment; personal development, behaviour and welfare; outcomes for children and learners. and greater emphasis on safeguarding and curriculum. will provide greater clarity, coherence and comparability for users, learners, parents and employers.
10.05-10.40 - 35 minutes.***