Compass for special schools Introduction

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How the evaluation questions will appear in the tool. New evaluation, The evaluation questions will take around 30 minutes to complete. You ll get results to help you understand how your institution compares to. the best practice set out in the Gatsby Good Career Benchmark Guidance. To get the best results you will need to know details of student learner. numbers in your year groups and it is a good idea to talk to colleagues. involved in careers You can also save your progress at key points and. return later,Introduction Your school,0 1 Select your job title. Head teacher,Other senior leader, Careers leader middle leader with responsibility for careers. Other head of department or head of year, Individual employed as a careers coordinator or adviser for the school. Administrator,Other please specify,0 2 Which year groups attend your school.
If you are accessing Compass through Compass then we will populate. this data via your MIS,Below year 6 Enter pupil numbers. Year 6 Enter pupil numbers,Year 7 Enter pupil numbers. Year 8 Enter pupil numbers,Year 9 Enter pupil numbers. Year 10 Enter pupil numbers,Year 11 Enter pupil numbers. Year 12 Enter pupil numbers,Year 13 Enter pupil numbers.
Above year 13 Enter pupil numbers, 0 3 Do the majority of your students more than 75 typically. take Level 2 GCSE qualifications, IF 0 3 YES questions 7 5 and 7 6 under Gatsby Benchmark 7 will. IF 0 3 NO skip questions 7 5 and 7 6 under Gatsby Benchmark 7. will not display,Benchmark 1 Stable careers programme. These questions are about the Gatsby benchmark for a stable careers. Schools and colleges should have an established programme of careers. education and guidance that is known and understood by students. parents teachers governors and employers, 1 1 Does your school have a careers programme that. Is written down,Yes No Don t know,Is approved by the board of governors.
Yes No Don t know,Has the explicit backing of senior leadership. Yes No Don t know,Has resources funding allocated to it. Yes No Don t know,Is regularly monitored,Yes No Don t know. Has both strategic and operational elements,Yes No Don t know. 1 2 Does your school publish its careers programme on its. Don t know,IF 1 2 No Don t know skip to 1 4,IF 1 2 YES skip to 1 3.
1 3 Is there information on your website about the careers. programme aimed specifically at,Yes No Don t know,Yes No Don t know. Yes No Don t know,Parents carers,Yes No Don t know. 1 4 Does your school evaluate the effectiveness of its careers. programme at least every three years,Don t know,IF 1 4 No Don t know skip to 1 6. IF 1 4 YES skip to 1 5, 1 5 Does the evaluation of your careers programme take into. account feedback from,Yes No Don t know,Yes No Don t know.
Yes No Don t know,Parents carers,Yes No Don t know. 1 6 Does your school have a lead person with strategic. responsibility for overseeing your school s careers programme. Don t know, Benchmark 2 Learning from career and labour market. information, These questions are around the importance of Learning from career and. labour market information, Every student and their parents carers families should have access to. good quality information about future study options and labour market. opportunities They will need support to make best use of available. information, 2 1 Approximately what proportion of students have been.
provided with or have been supported to use up to date. information about appropriate career or progression paths and the. labour market this may include awareness of the local offer. Benchmark guidance is from 14 so this should be the default option. shown If no pupil numbers entered in Years 7 9 show age of 16. instead If no pupil numbers entered in Years 7 11 show age of 18. instead If pupil numbers only present in students aged from 19 25 show. Above the age of 18,The age of 14 Enter proportion. The age of 16 Enter proportion,The age of 18 Enter proportion. Above the age of 18 Enter proportion,A few 1 25,Some 26 50. Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99,Don t know, 2 2 Does your school encourage and support parents and carers to. access and use up to date information about the labour market. future study options and career or transition pathways to inform. the support they give to their children,Don t know.
Benchmark 3 Pupil needs, These questions are about the Gatsby Benchmark around addressing the. needs of each student, Opportunities for advice and support need to be tailored to the needs of. each student A school s careers programme should embed equality and. diversity considerations throughout, 3 1 How strongly do you agree or disagree that your school s. career programme addresses the following issues, It actively seeks to raise the aspirations of all students. Rates on scale of 1 strongly disagree 5 strongly agree. It challenges stereotypical thinking in terms of gender SEND etc. Rates on scale of 1 strongly disagree 5 strongly agree. 3 2 Does your school, Keep systematic records on each pupil s experiences of career and.
enterprise activities and decisions on future pathways. Yes No Don t know, Enable pupils and parents carers families to have access to accurate. records about their own career and enterprise activities and decisions on. future pathways,Yes No Don t know, Collect and maintain accurate data for each pupil on their destinations for. 3 years after they leave your school whenever that may be. Yes No Don t know, Share accurate and timely data with the local authority on pupil. transitions and destinations,Yes No Don t know, Work proactively with the local authority and careers advisers around the. careers guidance and progression of your students,Yes No Don t know.
Benchmark 4 Curriculum, These questions are about the Gatsby Benchmark recommending Linking. curriculum learning to careers, All teachers should link curriculum learning with careers and transition. Where appropriate STEM subject teachers should highlight the relevance. of STEM subjects for a wide range of future career and progression paths. 4 1 By the time they leave school approximately what proportion. of students have experienced person centred curriculum learning. that highlights the relevance of subjects and programmes to. future career or progression paths, English including functional English Select an approximate percentage. A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99. Don t know, Maths including functional Maths Select an approximate percentage.
A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99. Don t know, Science accredited or non accredited learning Select an approximate. percentage,A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99. Don t know, PSHE including for example Life skills Soft Skills Personal and or Social. Development Independent Travel support Select an approximate. percentage,A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99.
Don t know,Benchmark 5 Employer encounters, These questions are about the Gatsby Benchmark recommending. Encounters with employers and employees, Every student for whom it is deemed appropriate should have multiple. opportunities to learn from employers about work employment and the. skills that are valued in the workplace This can be through activities. including visiting speakers mentoring and enterprise schemes employer. visits and experiences These activities may be delivered in the school. setting where students are unable to access settings outside of school. The school should also be considered an employer when planning these. activities, We know that it will not always be appropriate for all students to receive. the following encounters with employers and employees Therefore. rather than working out your answers to the following questions based on. the total number of students in your institution please work out the. percentage range based on the number of students you think these types. of encounters would be appropriate for This will provide you with a more. accurate score, 5 1 For whom it is deemed appropriate select the years during. which 76 100 of students have at least one encounter with an. employer or employee,Below year 6,Above year 13, 5 2 For whom it is deemed appropriate what proportion of your.
students have at least one encounter with an employer every year. they are at school,A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75. Overwhelming majority 76 99,Don t know, 5 3 For whom it is deemed appropriate on average how many. encounters with an employer will your students have had by the. time they leave school,Choose an average number from 0 to 10 or more. 5 4 How many employers will you involve in careers activity in the. current academic year,Choose a number from 0 to 10 or more. Benchmark 6 Workplace experiences, These questions are about the Gatsby Benchmark recommending.
Experiences of workplaces, Every student for whom it is deemed appropriate should have first hand. experiences of the workplace through work visits work shadowing and or. work experience employer visits and experiences in school as an. employing organisation to help their exploration of career opportunities. and expand their networks Workplace experiences may be delivered. within the school setting especially when students are unable to access. settings outside of school, We know that it will not always be appropriate for all students to receive. the following workplace experiences Therefore rather than working out. your answers to the following questions based on the total number of. students in your institution please work out the percentage range based. on the number of students you think these types of encounters would be. appropriate for This will provide you with a more accurate score. IF 0 entered for Year 7 11 pupil numbers skip 6 1, 6 1 For whom it is deemed appropriate approximately what. proportion of students have had an experience of a workplace or. community based settings by the end of Year 11,A few 1 25. Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99,Don t know.
IF 0 pupil numbers entered for Year 12 13 and Above year 13. 6 2 For whom it is deemed appropriate during Years 12 13 and. for students still attending above year 13 what proportion of. students have an experience of a workplace or community based. A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99. Don t know,Benchmark 7 Educational encounters, These questions are about the Gatsby Benchmark recommending. Encounters with further and higher education, All students for whom it is deemed appropriate should have an. awareness of the full range of learning and progression opportunities that. are available to them This includes both academic and vocational routes. and learning, We know that it will not always be appropriate for all students to receive. the following encounters Therefore rather than working out your. answers to the following questions based on the total number of students. in your institution please work out the percentage range based on the. number of students you think these types of encounters would be. appropriate for This will provide you with a more accurate score. By the time they leave school approximately what proportion of. students for whom it is deemed appropriate have been. supported to have the following experiences, 7 1 For whom it is deemed appropriate meaningful encounters.
with Sixth Form Colleges,A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75. Overwhelming majority 76 99,Don t know, 7 2 For whom it is deemed appropriate information about the full. range of supported internships internships traineeships and. supported or inclusive apprenticeships apprenticeships including. higher level apprenticeships,A few 1 25,Some 26 50. Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99,Don t know, 7 3 For whom it is deemed appropriate meaningful encounters. with Further Education Colleges,A few 1 25,Some 26 50.
Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99,Don t know, 7 4 For whom it is deemed appropriate meaningful encounters. with Independent Training Providers or other progression. A few 1 25,Some 26 50,Most 51 75,Overwhelming majority 76 99. Don t know, IF No entered for Introduction question 0 4 skip 7 5. IF Yes entered for Introduction question 0 4 and pupil numbers. present against Year 12 13 or Above year 13 display 7 5. 7 5 For whom it is deemed appropriate meaningful encounters. with Higher Education providers,None of the students who can access HE. A few of the students who can access HE 1 25,Some of the students who can access HE 26 50.
Most of the students who can access HE 51 75, Overwhelming majority of the students who can access HE 76. Don t know, IF No entered for Introduction question 0 4 skip 7 6. IF Yes entered for Introduction question 0 4 and pupil numbers. present against Year 12 13 or Above year 13 display 7 6. 7 6 For whom it is deemed appropriate at least two visits to a. Higher Education provider,None of students who can access HE. A few of the students who can access HE 1 25,Some of the students who can access HE 26 50. Compass for special schools will also show you a breakdown of your results by Gatsby Benchmark For students in special schools the Careers Leader should consult with other careers staff to identify the cohort for whom the Gatsby Benchmarks are appropriate and report on that group However we believe that all students including those with profound and multiple learning disabilities PMLD

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