Pupils receive expert help to gain the reading and writing skills they need to do well in all subjects. As a result, pupils make good progress
There is much joy in this school. Pupils value their teachers, and the rich and diverse community in which they learn
Teachers take account of individual pupils’ needs in their good lesson planning. They make sure that pupils, even those who arrive at unusual points in the school year, are quickly assimilated and make good progress
Teaching is strong in the sixth form. Teachers are extremely knowledgeable and passionate about their subjects. They show great commitment. Students are fulsome in their praise of the impact their teachers have had on their future education
Lessons are characterised by strong and positive relationships between pupils and teachers. Teachers know pupils well. Often teachers target the learning that individual pupils need because they know them so well
In key stages 1 and 2 teachers plan many opportunities for pupils to deepen their knowledge, understanding and skills.
We at The Bemrose School and Sixth Form give our students throughout their Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form education the access to free impartial careers information and guidance, with the opportunity to complete compulsory work experience placements to enable our students to gain experience of the world of work and employability expectations.
Careers sessions are delivered throughout their education with us from Year 7-13 with the Primary School having access to Employer Encounters and a Careers and Aspirations Programme. Meaningful activities are created throughout each term, including visits to Post 16 and 18 providers , Enterprise Days, Mock Interviews, CV Workshops, Cultural Visits and Employee Encounters. Each student throughout their education journey at The Bemrose School will receive 1:1 careers interviews by our in-house Careers Lead Claire Pavitt.
Incorporated within the careers programme is engagement with an extensive range of businesses and local employers, working together with employers enables us to stay updated with the labour market, in addition to providing students the chance to experience high quality enterprise activities and employability skills. We are fortunate to be within the ‘Adopt a School’ programme and are pleased to have Elizabeth Elliott from Bombardier as our Enterprise Advisor.
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If you would like any further information regarding our careers programme, please contact Claire Pavitt: email@example.com
Employers and organisations – We would love to hear from you. If you could support our students either by helping with a Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) event at the school, at your place of work or by offering work experience. Please contact Claire Pavitt, our in house careers lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a parent with teenage children aged between 14 and 19 years old? Do you want to help them make the right decisions about what to do after GCSE and sixth form? Do you need help understanding what choices they have?
You’re in the right place. Please follow the link and access the guides that are written especially for parents – so you can understand all your children’s options and be able to give them the right advice at the right time.
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