How to make careers guidance work for your students

A new report suggests there is still room for improvement in how schools prepare their students for the world of work. So what’s missing? Schools should offer personal guidance and stable careers programme by linking curriculum learning to careers. While there have been improvements, there is still a long way to go. One of the recommandations could be to develop careers content in all subjects in order to bring one specific issue to life, making connections between classroom learning and young people’s aspirations. For example, writing business letters as part of the English curriculum or providing meaningful experience of the workplace by the end of year 11 (age 16) and so, help to connect employers and schools. Read more…

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