At Bennett we believe that there is no ceiling on the hope that God gives us to lead fulfilled lives. The Bennett Careers Programme is underpinned by this; we aim to support each individual student to have a full understanding of the careers they may prepare for in their adult lives in the information, advice and guidance which is shared with them.
Our Careers Leader is Mrs Rebecca Malone, Assistant Head and Director of Sixth Form. She can be contacted by email [email protected] or by phone 01892 521595.
We believe our students are best prepared for the many different careers and jobs they may undertake as adults through our traditional, knowledge-based curriculum. Students also receive more bespoke information about the world of work and careers information through our PACE Curriculum in Y7 to Y11 and through our tutor time programme. We work with organisations such as BeReady and CTF Pathways to provide up to date and relevant information to students.
Alongside the taught provision in PACE lessons the academic year is punctuated by a range of specific events which focus on careers. This is particularly the case when our students reach the Sixth Form. Y12 students benefit from a Futures Day hosted in school in term 6. We welcome speakers from a wide range of universities and sectors of employment to speak to students at this event. Additionally, Y12 and Y13 students are able to listen to representatives from a range of apprenticeship providers at our annual Apprenticeship Evening. Please do get in touch with our Careers Leader Mrs Malone using the address above if you are interested to represent your organisation at these events or within our wider careers provision across the school.
Our Careers provision is summarised below:
Further information about the school’s careers programme can be accessed by contacting Mrs Rebecca Malone.
The impact and success of the careers programme can be seen in the school’s destination data. The school monitors the quality of its careers provision against the Gatsby benchmarks. Further information about this can be found here:
Date for next review: November 2021