Every pupil should have first-hand experiences* of the workplace through work visits, work shadowing and/or work experience to help their exploration of career opportunities, and expand their networks.

Curriculum Stream for Phase 3 (Year 7 to 10)

Brooke

Students to visit local businesses/ workplaces within co-curriculum community participation. Students will experience a work environment once a week on school site i.e kitchen, gardens.

Stream

Students to visit local businesses/ workplaces within co-curriculum community participation. Students will experience a work environment once a week on school site i.e kitchen, gardens.

River

Students to visit local businesses/ workplaces within co-curriculum community participation. Students will experience a work environment once a week on school site i.e kitchen, gardens.

Waterfall

Students experience a wide range of workplaces, including local services and shops, and workplaces further afield. Outreach is constant, and opportunities are routinely sought in order to better understand the role of various workplaces. Routine or benign visits are often improved by adding a careers component, and encouraging students to get as stuck-in as possible with questions and activities.

Curriculum Stream for Phase 4 (Year 10 to 14)

Brooke

Students will where appropriate travel around the school throughout the year it experience workplaces within the school such as the kitchen, the gardens and the offices.

Stream

Students will where appropriate travel offsite weekly for at least a term to visit an external workplace and experience their daily routines and tasks.

River

All students will visit places of work on a termly basis when they will build their knowledge of careers Students will where appropriate travel offsite weekly for at least a term to visit an external workplace and experience their daily routines and tasks.

Waterfall

All students will access regular work experience throughout the year to at least three different placements.