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Key Stage 4

How Students in Key Stage 4 engage with CEIAG

  Year 9
Supporting students, at the start of their GCSE journey, to find the aspiration they need to make decisions about their future and career choices.
  • Education in careers week
  • STEM Big Bang
  • ‘All Girls Can’ University Trip
  • Enterprise trip to MMU – Miss Watson
  • Careers advisor drop in every Wednesday 
  • ‘My Perfect University’ enterprise challenge
  • Medical Mavericks
  • Tomorrows Engineers Workshop
  • Campus visits – GM Higher
  • co-op work experience week (selected students) Miss Morris
  • Hits Radio Media Bus
  Year 10
Encouraging students to explore the wide range of opportunities available for the next steps of educational and future careers
  • Careers advisor drop in every Wednesday
  • Careers during progress time
  • ‘All Girls Can’ University trip
  • Campus visits (GM Higher)
  • Education in careers week
  • Bloodhound workshop
  • Skills North West
  • Highways to Caring workshop
  • College assemblies from local providers
  • Medical Mavericks interactive sessions
  Year 11  
Preparing for the next steps out into the world 
  • College assemblies  from local providers
  • Apprenticeship assemblies
  • Careers during progress time
  • One-to-one careers interview with careers advisor
  • Careers drop in every Wednesday
  • College Open Day visits
  • Personal statements in English
  • Application form workshops
  • College application drop-ins
  • Mock interviews
  • Medical mavericks interactive sessions
  • Topics on recruitment and selection during Business Studies
  • ‘MADE’ Training (revision skills session)
  • Campus visits (GM Higher)  

 Apprenticeships

The guide below is full of hints and tips on how candidates can work their way through registering, searching and applying for jobs on the Apprenticeship vacancy website. How to write a winning apprenticeship application