“Explore, Prepare and Train for the world we work in through our tailored Careers Programme here at Hanson”
We aim to provide all of our students with a high-quality careers programme so they can make the correct career choices that are right for them, based on their own needs. We believe that students who become more self aware of their own needs and aspirations become more engaged with their education and this drives them on to reach their potential.
Hanson School is committed to providing a planned programme of careers education, information and guidance for all students in Years 7-13. We will be using the Gatsby Benchmarks to improve the careers provision within school and we the aim to provide all students with as many opportunities as possible to listen to, meet and speak to different employers, further and higher educational institutions and apprenticeship providers so they can make informed decisions about their future pathways. We are committed to forging new working relationships with local employers and businesses to further enhance the careers programme and improve the opportunities for our students.
Hanson’s CEIAG programme is monitored for quality and impact by a member of the SLT – A. O’Neill (Director of Transition and Progression) and the programmes operative lead A. Swaine (Career Leader). The purpose of this is to monitor access and opportunities to engage with, technical, vocational and training providers. In the first instance, requests by providers for access to students should be sent to A. O’Neill at the following email address: a.o’firstname.lastname@example.org. All requests made should be with a minimum of 6 weeks’ lead time and will be considered on the basis of; staffing availability to support the activity, clashes with other planned activity, trips or visits to the Academy, interruption to preparation for examinations or rooming and space availability to host the activity. For questions on this or Hanson’s wider CEIAG programme, please contact the Career Leader, A. Swaine at the following email address email@example.com.
Mr A O’Neill
Director of Transition and Progression
Miss C Buckley
Director of KS5 Pastoral Progress
Mr A Swaine
Ms A Broad
NCOP HE Progression Officer
Latest News And Events
‘All Y11 students have been given a Post 16 Options booklet in school. This booklet gives a comprehensive overview of all the pathways and options open to the Y11 students for life after Y11. The booklet follows a series of Careers Activities the students have been involved in since September including: Progression/Career Interviews, Employability workshops, 6th form/College taster days and pathway assemblies (college, apprenticeships and 6th form). We hope you find the booklet useful and informative.’