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Useful resources to support the role of staff in careers education

https://www.careersandenterprise.co.uk/schools-colleges/gatsby-benchmarks - find out about the statutory Gatsby benchmarks for careers guidance and how they impact your roles as teachers, tutors and teaching assistants

Careers in the Curriculum: What Works? By the Careers and Enterprise Company – download HERE

Useful websites to support staff in offering careers advice and guidance

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/teach/careers-collection/zbvrt39 - explore a collection of classroom resources focused on careers guidance.

https://www.careerpilot.org.uk/adviser-zone - resources to support staff in offering careers advice and guidance including specific Key stage 3 & 4 and post 16 resources; home learning activities to develop staff understanding of careers guidance; presentations to use with students; home learning activities to engage students outside of school.

Specific subject resource to support classroom teaching of careers education

https://www.careerpilot.org.uk/adviser-zone/subject-specific-resources-link-curriculum-to-careers-g4 - subject specific resources for subject staff to help meet Gatsby benchmark 4

  • Sign up to receive the Key Stage 4 Subject Specific Booklet for all subjects or download it HERE
  • Key Stage 4 Biology with links to AQA 4.1.2, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.6.2, 4.7.5
  • Key Stage 4 Chemistry with links to AQA 4: 10
  • Key Stage 4 Physics with links to AQA 4.8.1
  • Key Stage 4 Mathematics
  • Key Stage 4 Computer Science/ICT

Careers and Enterprise Company have put together subject specific links to support careers education and guidance in your subject

  • Download Careers in the Curriculum English HERE
  • Download Careers in the Curriculum Mathematics HERE
  • Download Careers in the Curriculum Science HERE
  • Download Careers in the Curriculum Religious Studies/Philosophy and Ethics HERE
  • Download Careers in the Curriculum History HERE

  • Download Careers in the Curriculum Modern Languages HERE