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Careers and Employability Skills

Careers and Employability Skills at Redland Green

Our careers education programme provides our pupils with the opportunity to plan and manage their careers effectively, ensuring progression which is ambitious and aspirational. It promotes equality of opportunity, celebrates diversity and challenges stereotypes. The full details of our approach are outlined below and are reviewed by the school and LGB leadership in September each year.

Leadership of Careers:

  • Strategic Careers Lead is Mr Munsie, Senior Lead / Behaviour
  • Operational Lead is Ms Yeganeh, Progress Mentor and Careers Coordinator
  • Independent Careers Advisor - Sam Kennaby
  • Link Governor - Kyle Martin

Mr Munsie and Ms Yeganeh can be contacted via the school telephone number or the info@redlandgreen.bristol.sch.uk email account

Our careers plan is based around appropriate completion of the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks of Good Career Guidance:

  • A stable careers programme
  • Learning from career and labour market information
  • Addressing the needs of each pupil
  • Linking curriculum learning to careers
  • Encounters with employers and employees
  • Experiences of workplaces
  • Encounters with further and higher education
  • Personal guidance

 Careers Events:

Redland Green School is celebrating Green Careers Week 6-11 November

On Tuesday Nov 14th we have put together a Green Careers Day for Y8 and awareness of green careers for all year groups through the mentor programme.

"Green Careers Week is a fantastic new initiative launched last year. In 2023, it will take place between 6th and 11th November to provide young people with an insight into careers that specifically protect the environment and will help the UK achieve its pledge of reaching Net Zero by 2050.

Led by National Careers Week in partnership with a wide range of organisations including STEM. org.uk and the UK Space Agency, Green Careers Week promises to be an inspiring week, with plenty of information on how young people can get actively involved in careers that focus on positive environmental impact and change.''

tpgt gcw 2023 1 .pdf

Work Experience Introduction Video and 'The Ultimate Tool Kit'

Click here to watch our 'Work Experience Introduction'

redland green wex guide.pdf

RGS Key Stage 4 Career Bulletins:

RGS KS4 September 22, Term 1, Issue 1 Careers Bulletin

Provider Access to Students

This policy statement sets out Redland Green School ‘s arrangements for managing the access of providers to student at the school for the purposes of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer.

This complies with the legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education act 1997 (the ‘Baker Clause’).

Student entitlement

Students in Years 7 – 11 are entitled to:

  • find out about technical education qualifications and apprenticeships opportunities, as part of a careers programme which provides information on the full range of education and training options available at each transition point;
  • hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer, including technical education and apprenticeships – through options evening’s, assemblies and group discussions and taster events;
  • understand how to make applications for the full range of academic and technical courses.

Management of Provider Access requests

The most common way that providers can speak with our students is through morning year group assemblies, which run from 8.25 - 8.45 and IT support is available for any presentations. Access outside of assemblies will happily be discussed on a case-by-case basis, based on the respective year group's needs and any curriculum constraints. 

Any provider who wishes to request access to the School should email the school, marked for the attention of the Careers' Lead.

Previous providers:
  • Ask Apprenticeships
  • City of Bristol College
  • South Gloucestershire and Stroud College
  • Access Creative College
  • Bristol School of Acting 
  • SGS Berkeley Green Engineering
  • Onsite Construction
  • Circomedia 
  • Boomsatsuma
  • Bristol City Community Trust (Robins Foundation)
  • British Army Careers 

Parents' Guide to Careers

National Careers Week have produced this excellent guide for parents about different routes into careers.

the parents guide to national careers week 2021 1 .pdf

Careers and Labour Market Information

Good quality Labour Market Information (LMI) can help a young person make career decisions and plan their future. In a rapidly changing local, UK and global jobs market young people can no longer solely rely upon the experiences and advice of their family and friends. 

Labour Market Information in relation to careers generally includes information on general employment trends, data on what jobs exists, how many and in which sectors and job types, information on the demand for skill, the supply and where current and future skills gaps and shortages might exist and what job progression opportunities are available.

The National Careers Service produce regional infographics which shows current employment trends, they do this every three months. These are easy to use resources with students.

The Careerometer uses national LMI data to provide information on how a specific job will grow. Students can compare up to three jobs:

 Below are some useful links regarding labour market information:

Careers and Employability Programme across the year groups

We have a month-by-month careers’ programme ensuring that all students get access to high quality careers guidance. This plan can be seen here.

In addition the elements of our STEM provision that develop employability skills can be seen here

Assessing and measuring the impact of the careers programme on students, including destination data

We use a variety of sources to measure the impact of our careers work:
Student destination data

2021/22 destination figures can be found here

2020/21 destination figures can be found here

2019/20 destination figures can be found here.

Student voice

Parental voice

The Local Governing Body will be kept up to date with progress throughout the year. All of the data will be collated and an annual report given to Governors and will be published on our website.

Other Useful Links:

Career Pilot

LMI West of England by Sector