Careers Programme - Evaluation and Monitoring

To understand that the events and activities delivered within our Career Programme are suitable and fit for purpose, it is essential that they are evaluated regularly.

The Programme must engage pupils and provide the necessary facts that are both meaningful and informative.

To ensure that this is the case staff, pupils and volunteers complete an evaluation after each event. These are collated and formed into a report. The report is then shared with Mrs Gibson, head teacher and the Governing Body.

Career Education, Information, Advice and Guidance activities are monitored throughout the year with pupils’ involvement being recorded on a matrix.  This evidences our Programme is being delivered to all pupils and at a glance highlights which students have taken part in what activity and in what year group.

Photographic evidence of the Programme is shared with parents/ carers via the school’s website and the annual Careers Programme newsletter.

Annually all students are surveyed with regard to their CEIAG knowledge.  This survey highlights how successful the CEIAG Programme has been delivered over the year and how much information pupils have retained.  This record is kept in pupil CEIAG files and compared to the previous year’s survey to establish gaps in knowledge and where repeat information needs to be shared. 

Feedback is absorbed and may be used to modify the event in future ensuring it is tailor made for our pupils.

CEIAG Programme
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