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Career Guidance & Aspirations

Capital City Academy is committed not only to meeting the statutory requirements, but to raising awareness of careers, employability, and work related learning amongst all pupils in a ‘whole school approach’.  With this in mind we offer a supportive, challenging, dynamic educational environment, where entrance into work or higher education is the status quo rather than the exception, where pupils feel they have the self-confidence, determination, integrity and resources to successfully make the transition into HE and or the work environment.

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Calendar of Events - Spring Term 2018

Year

January

February

March

Year 7

 

 

Year 7 Fri 2nd  IntoUniversity Approaches to Homework Focus group 30 Students

 Year 8

Year 8 date TBC GCSE Option Presentation  Thursday Assembly (MHF) 

Year 8 Thu 22nd Parents and Options Evening

Year 8 1st Options Form handed out Assembly

Year 8 W/B 12th- 23rd Option Meeting

 Year 9

 

Year 9 Wed 28th IntoUniversity Focus Group Careers Carousel 30 students

 

Year 10

 

 

Year 10 Tue 13th IntoUniversity Focus Group Entrepreneurship/Enterprise 30 students

 

Year 10 Mock Interviews Tuesday 27th March

 

Year 11

Year 11 One to One Meetings Thu & Fri Weekly

 

Year 11 Tue 23rd Capital 6 Information Stall, Careers Stall & Higher Achievers Meeting

 

Year 11 NCS The Challenge Presentation Date TBC

 

Year 11 Sat 27th Capital 6 Admissions Meetings.

 

Year 11 One to One Meetings Thu & Fri Weekly

 

Year 11 Mon 5th Into University Focus Group University Life 30 students

Year 11 One to One Meetings Thu & Fri Weekly

Year 12

Year 12 L2 Thu 4th Placement Review in School

 

Year 12 L2 Thu 11th Placement Two Begins

Year 12 Inspire me Week 10 students 12th – 16th

 

Year 12 L2 Fri 23rd and each Fri until completed One To One Meetings

 

 

Year 12 Bank of England trip Business Thursday 1st March

Year 12 Middlesex North London UCAS fair Friday 9th March 2018 PM

Year 12 Asset Group Oxbridge Conference  Tuesday 27th March

Year 12 L2 Thu 22nd Complete Placement 2

Year 13

Year 13 beginning Thu 4th and each Thu & Fri until complete One to One Not Going To Uni Meetings

 

Year 13 Mon 15th UCAS Final Deadline

 

Year 13 13th 14th & 15th IntoUniversity Focus Group One To One Personal Statements  30 Students

 

Year 13 Fri 16th IntoUniversity Focus Group Skills For The Future 30 students

 

Whole School

Whole School

Industry Theme:

Engineering, Construction & The Environment

Whole School

Industry Theme:

Engineering, Construction & The Environment

Whole School

Industry Theme:

Engineering, Construction & The Environment

National Careers Week 5th -9th

STEM Week: 9th -18th

Start Programme - Help your child to explore their future

Help your child to explore their future

As part of our commitment to prepare students for a rapidly changing world, we are delighted to announce that we are using an innovative online resource called Start.

Start will help your child to connect with their future career potential, develop their employability and help them to explore future career and study options at school or at home.

How should my child use it?

We have asked students to create their own account for Start at school, but it is accessible anytime on computers and compatible mobile and tablet devices.

Your child will personalise their profile on Start with details about their skills, qualities, interests and work preferences. This provides a starting point for them to explore information matched to their personal preferences and interests. As they update their profile, Start will personalise this information, helping them to navigate the thousands of jobs, courses, providers and opportunities available. Start will help students to understand where they are on their journey and what’s important as they make their choices at GCSE, post-16 and post-18.

We encourage you to use Start with your child at home. Encourage them to rate jobs, qualifications, colleges or universities so that we can see their preferences in order to support them better.

What if you want to use Start yourself?

Parents can also use Start to find out more about jobs, training and study opportunities for yourself. Please do not log in using your child's user details and instead register yourself using the how to register for Start Parent instructions, creating your own username and password.


Please click on the links below to view instructions on how to register for Start.

Start registration - For students

Start registration - For parents

A Guide for Parents - Steering your teenager towards a job and career

Please click the following link to download the guide for parents.

Steering your teenager towards a job and career