We have a whole school approach to CEIAG at Sandhill View Academy, with every member of staff helping to delivery quality and impartial CEIAG, allowing students to access the necessary information to help them make informed decision about their future.
You can contact any member of the careers team by calling the Academy or emailing us at: email@example.com
Mr S. Wareham
Director of CEIAG & PSHCE across the Trust (Careers Leader)
Responsible for the strategic leadership of CEIAG across the Academy and development of external links with employers, apprenticeship providers, colleges and universities. Responsible for developing the Careers Strategy within the academy, the ongoing monitoring and evaluating of this strategy, and the provision of high quality CPD for staff. Responsible for the delivery and monitoring of careers education in Personal Development time and the development of programme of high quality Careers Education to develop students’ resilience, self-esteem and aspiration.
Mrs J. Robinson
Careers Advisor across the Trust
Responsible for careers guidance interview, establishing external links with employers, apprenticeship providers, colleges and universities, the management of our Work Experience programme for Year 10 and Year 12 students and liaising with parents and staff to give Careers Advice
Enterprise Advisor (Business Development Manager at Seta)
As the school’s Enterprise Advisor, Karen works with the Careers Team to develop our careers strategy using her links with local businesses to help put opportunities with local employers at the heart of a young person’s education. Karen has been involved in STEM teaching and support for over 30 years starting with leading Sunderland Council’s Study Support Team, progressing into her own education consultancy which she ran for 12 years before then leading to the Business Development function for Apprenticeships at both Rolls-Royce Training Centre and now at Seta.
Mr A. Blake
Associate Leader & More able co-ordinator
Promotion of the wide range of progression routes available including: sixth forms, colleges, further education, higher education with a focus on raising aspirations for the more-able cohort.
Mr J. Cook
Raising Aspirations & OxNet Coordinator
Raising the aspirations of pupils to increase social mobility through promotion of further/higher education by mentoring/supporting and offering a range of internal and external experiences to broaden knowledge and horizons. Establish links across the Trust and with Russell Group Universities.
Mrs A. Johnston
Promote good work skills across the Academy, especially attendance punctuality and ‘behaviours for the work place’. Also to promote post 16 pathways and support the CEIAG programmes.
Mr G. Bunn
Trust STEM Co-ordinator
Promote STEM activities/events and opportunities and STEM careers.
Mrs A. Summerside
Support of SEN students with their individual careers action plans.
Mrs A. O’Donnell
Monitor/promote attendance and punctuality and link to world of work.
Mrs A. Wright
Year 11 Progress Manager
Deliver the Year 11 ETT programme for careers education and to support our Year 11 student with the writing of CVs and FE application process.
Pupil Achievement Mentors
Encourage students to think positively about their future exams and career prospects and how they can enhance their life chances, and raise aspirations and self esteem as well as give feedback specific to student needs (or opportunities) to the CEIAG team. Signpost students to appropriate CEIAG advice and information.
Support the CV building and letter of application.
Heads of Year and Pastoral Teams
Delivery of the ETT programme for careers education and support of work experience and other work-related learning programmes.
Year 11 Tutors
Deliver the Year 10 Careers programme, support students with further education applications, CV writing and interviews.
Year 10 Tutors
Deliver the Year 10 ETT programme for careers education and support the work experience and mock interview process.
Year 7-9 Tutors
Deliver the ETT programme for careers education. To support the Year 9 ‘Take your child to work day’ programme as well as supporting the Year 8 option process. Help prepare students for the world of work and provide careers advice.
All Teaching Staff
Linking subject areas to different careers and work opportunities and encouraging students to think positively about their future career prospects.
For further information please refer to this document.