Careers Information, Advice and Guidance
Our aim is to improve the life chances of our young people, to offer them a nurturing, safe and supportive environment and a personalised learning experience. This aim extends to our approach to CEE and IAG.
Whilst at The Hub School students are taught the skills and attitudes required to enable them to become as independent as they can be and to prepare for adulthood. We aim for pupils to have an enriched and stimulating curriculum to give them every opportunity to explore and develop their potential.
Providing effective careers education, information, advice and guidance ensures students move to their next stage with the right tools, values and understanding to help prepare them for their future.
Our Careers Strategy works in line with our core Personal and Social Development (PSD) programme. We seek to support students to consider their future options, realise their potential and decide how their skills and experiences fit with opportunities in the job market. We prepare students for their preferred progression pathway whether that is to continue with further education, employment, training or living independently.
We are fully committed to our statutory and moral obligation to provide a holistic service to students, highlighting the vocational and academic routes to their preferred careers path, opportunities in the region and further afield. We ensure that students are aware of the opportunities and challenges in the world of world, and support their plans and aspirations.
Our CEE and IAG programmes are supported through our partnership with GP Careers Consultants, through CASCAID, the Humberside LEP, Young Enterprise and local business and enterprise contacts. We also work closely with the local authority to meet the needs of students with Education, Health and Care plans. We underpin our strategy with the Gatsby Benchmarks.
Do you work in a business that could help provide work experience or opportunities for our students?
We are always looking for local businesses that are wanting to inspire and educate our students about the world of work and expand and develop our CEE and IAG curriculum. If you think you could help to provide invaluable work experience or opportunities that give students the chance to develop core skills and motivation, in the first instance, please contact Mr R Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org, 01482 304200
- National Careers Service
- National Citizenship Service (NCS)
- Careers Yorkshire and the Humber
- Find an apprenticeship
- Amazing Apprenticeships
- Milkround for School Leavers
- Preparation for Adulthood
- Humber LEP
- Your Daughter's Future - A guide to help parents support daughters making career choices
- Supported Internships
National Careers Week 2020
Please take a look at some of our photo's for National Careers Week. We launched our first activity with Orchard Training, which was led by Ben Mills.