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Careers Guidance & Aspirations

'From its origins as the first city academy, the exceptional education we provide takes advantage of the opportunities offered by our privileged location and facilities in the most vibrant, multi-cultural city in the world. Our moral purpose is to ensure our students and staff have access to the best possible futures and contribute positively to society through an outstanding careers/development programme, excellent leadership, and coaching' -  Capital City Academy Vision.

Capital City Academy is committed to high quality careers, employability, information advice and guidance (CEIAG), to support the comprehensive and wide range of students in our Capital Community. Every student is recognised as an individual and we aim to support each of our students’ different skills, abilities and needs in preparing for their career aspirations.

We use the internationally recognised Gatsby Benchmarks to develop a careers programme that increases opportunities for students to access everything from experiences of the workplace and personal guidance with a careers adviser, to engagement with employers, colleges, training providers and universities. The benchmarks are non-statutory but support schools and colleges by providing a framework around which they can develop their careers programme in line with their legal requirements to provide independent and impartial careers guidance to all our students.

Careers Leader - Mr L Manandhar - lmanandhar@capitalcityacademy.org

Careers Coordinator - Marie Kenny - mkenny@capitalcityacademy.org

Careers in the Curriculum Lead -  Eli Baigel ebaigel@capitalcityacademy.org

For any Careers related enquiries, please email - admin@capitalcityacademy.org, or our Careers Coordinator mkenny@capitalcityacademy.org

Please click on the expandable sections below for further information.

What are the eight Gatsby Benchmarks?

CEIAG Statement of Intent

Please click on the following link to view our CEIAG Statement of Intent.

CEIAG Statement of Intent

Provider Access Policy

Please click on the following link to view our Provider Access Policy - here

Careers Events Calendar 2021-22

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

Guides to Apprenticeships

Please click on the links below to view information about Apprenticeships.

Guide to Apprenticeships

Parent Guide to Apprenticeships

Unifrog

Unifrog Year 12 and Year 13

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Unifrog Information Letter

Unifrog

T Levels

A new website has been launched for students and parents, to find out more about T Levels. T Levels are a brand new, 2-year qualification created by government to deliver world class technical education - https://www.tlevels.gov.uk/

The importance of Labour Market Information (LMI) to students

Keeping up to date with what is happening in the labour market is important for anyone making careers related decisions about their future. You should be aware of:

  • What opportunities are out there for you
  • What the future trends are likely to be in different sectors
  • What qualifications and skills you will need 
  • How you need to prepare yourself to compete for jobs in some sectors

London Labour Market information from National Careers Service -

https://data.london.gov.uk/labour-market-indicators/

Latest LMI Bulletin.

Linking subjects to careers

Success at School's careers guides

FREE careers guides for parents and carers9fbdcb2c 1a7c 0b82 7a20 221dc45295d2

From university and apprenticeships to work experience, Success at School's careers guides are packed full of advice to help you steer your child through the confusing world of careers choices.

This guide has been designed to help parents support their children in making informed decisions about their future, and develop the correct skills to help them succeed. Parents will benefit from content on topics including:

  • Pathways into work, including T-levels, apprenticeships and university
  • The importance of employability skills 
  • The value of work experience placements
  • Student finance and choosing student accommodation
  • Careers advice dos and don’ts
  • 24-day “skills workout” exercises to complete at home, designed to help young people actively develop eight key employability skills
  • PLUS interviews and guest content from organisations including PwC, University of Bath, Sky, Institute of Student Employers, Staffordshire University and many more.

To access the guides, sign up to a special parent’s mailing list HERE.