World of Work

“To develop an insightful approach that raises aspirations and exposure through the World of Work programme, so that students understand the flight paths available to them and learn valuable life skills to make informed choices about their future”

OVERVIEW

At King’s Leadership Academy, we place great emphasis on each of our students having a personal development programme that ensures that they, “the academic skills, intellectual habits, qualities of character and leadership traits necessary to succeed at all levels and become successful citizens in tomorrow’s world”. This starts as soon as they arrive in Year 7 and builds significantly through Year 8-13. Our careers programme is designed to enable students to feel some sense of responsibility and achievement in determining and recognising not only their strengths and weaknesses, but also their full potential.

The World of Work programme at King’s is measured against the Gatsby Benchmark through the use of: regular student surveys; NEETS and destination information.

THE WORLD OF WORK PROGRAMME AND THE GATSBY BENCHMARK

“Every young person needs high-quality career guidance to make informed decisions about their future. Good career guidance is a necessity for delivering technical education reforms and is a vehicle for social justice: those young people without social capital or home support suffer most from poor career guidance”. – www.gatsby.org

Below is an overview of the activities and events the World of Work programme includes to comply with The Gatsby Benchmarks:

WEBSITES ABOUT THE WORLD OF WORK

The school adheres to the requirements of the Baker Clause, and will allow fair access to other colleges and training providers to discuss all routes available to Years 8 to 13 students. Should employers, providers or parents want to get involved in future World of World events, please do not hesitate to contact:
Leader of World of Work: Miss Nophakhun
Telephone: 01925 817939
The World of Work Programme is to be revised annually by Miss R Nophakhun.