Hampton Gardens will provide an excellent education for young people from the local community in a safe, supportive learning environment, where people are valued and make positive contributions to the school, and where students go on to become responsible, independent members of society.
Hampton Gardens School will use the Gatsby Benchmarks as a guide to plan effective CEIAG opportunities for all students from Year 7 to 13.
We are in the process of reviewing and developing our CEIAG programme in order to ensure that by 2020 we are meeting all of the Gatsby Benchmarks. We aim to ensure that our programme is easily accessible and understood by all stakeholders, namely students, teachers, parents and employers.
Hampton Gardens will proactively seek to build relationships with partners as we plan our CEIAG curriculum, to ensure that students are given access to a full range of learning opportunities and experiences. Such experiences may include but are not limited to: year group assemblies by external providers; work experience; careers advisor appointments.
Progress: At Hampton Gardens we will encourage students to develop their employability skills, helping them to develop into well rounded individuals who can make informed choices regarding their future. We will embed into the whole school curriculum a key focus on careers and further education opportunities linked to each subject area.
Partnership: We will work in partnership with HAT schools, local companies, parents and wider organisations to ensure that students at Hampton Gardens School are provided with the opportunities, advice and guidance needed to learn and plan for the modern world of work. If you would like to work in partnership with Hampton Gardens please contact Jody Lapish via email email@example.com.
Pride: Our mission is to meet the needs of all students. We are extremely proud of the education and provision available to all students embedded so far. We aim to ensure this is also evident within the CEIAG programme as we work our way to full capacity.
For more information please see our Careers Policy which can be found on our school website.
Should you have any queries relating to CEIAG at Hampton Gardens please contact our Careers Leader:
Ms J Lapish
Assistant Head of School
Tel: 01733 246700
Further Reading and Support
Students may find the following sites useful in helping them to make choices and find out relevant information. Click on the logos below to be redirected to each website.
A really well presented website run by a careers charity. It is one of the best websites available for people wishing to find out more about a potential career. It contains career videos, job information and articles.
Start is a site which is excellent for people who are trying to work out what career they would like in the future. It consists of a Career Matching Game which suggests jobs to people based on their personality, skills and interests. The site also contains cartoon based interactive career worlds.
A modern looking website with information for anyone thinking of an apprenticeship. It contains information on the different types of apprenticeship available, testimonials for real apprentices and advice on finding an apprenticeship.
A website designed to help school leavers get jobs and understand the career paths available to them. Here you'll find everything from current apprenticeships and school leaver programme opportunities to the latest school leaver job news and advice to help you on your career journey.
The essential springboard into the job market for students, graduates and school leavers. This site has a careers test which may give you ideas about a potential career path.
Excellent advice on how to enter the legal profession, including details of holiday work experience schemes.
Specialises in providing advice to those students wishing to embark on a finance career.