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Careers Education and Employability

Commitment statement 

At Hazel Court school we recognise the importance of careers education for all learners and are committed to providing a high quality and relevant careers education in line with the Department for Education Careers Statutory Guidance and to meeting the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks, which reflect international best practice. We view careers education for our learners as developing their 'career through life' - a process of personal and social development which begins in the home and continues through adult life. 

Our careers curriculum provides constructive learning where by learners are given opportunities, experiences and responsibilities to equip learners for their adult lives, including teaching them to cope with changes, choices and making informed decisions. Hazel Court are committed to providing a high-quality Careers Education and to meeting the Eight Gatsby Benchmarks (listed below). We have a staff team structure to oversee the delivery of this and it is regularly reviewed at Trustee meetings. We currently hold the Quality in Careers Standards Award and are being reassessed for this on 14th July this year. 

 

Careers Education at Hazel Court

Hazel Court School views learners’ career development as an integral part of their education. 

Careers Education is: 

  • a process of personal and social development which begins in the home and continues through adult life

  • a process of constructive learning whereby learners are given opportunities, experiences, and responsibilities to equip them for their adult life

  • about continued and constructive learning, coping with choices and changes, and where possible, making informed decisions

  • about opportunities to consolidate and generalise skills to a range of contexts in the community 

  • about opportunities to gain relevant accreditation in preparation for work and employability 

 

We are active members of the East Sussex Careers Hub.  Download

 

Hazel Court School Careers Education Lead Contacts: 

Karen Sitwell-Cook – Assistant Headteacher (Secondary Department)   

01323 465720

ksitwell-cook@thesouthfieldtrust.com 

 

Jo Beaumont – Assistant Headteacher (FE Department) 

01323 438340

jbeaumont@thesouthfieldtrust.com 

 

Enterprise Coordinator:  

Jack Scott 

East Sussex Employability and Skills Children’s Services 

 

Enterprise Adviser

Jonathan Owen.

Manager of the Hydro Hotel, Eastbourne. 

 

Careers and Education policy

Careers Strategy

Careers and Education Plan

Accreditation 

Pupils and students

Parents and carers

Employers

Higher Education / Further Education Providers

CDI Framework 

Provider Access 

East Sussex in Figures

Labour Market Information (LMI)

Investors in Careers

Enterprise Advisor & Enterprise Co-ordinator  

Staff information

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Parents and Carers

We view careers education as a learner’s ‘career through life’ during which they learn essential personal development and communication skills in order for them to live full and enriching lives as active participants in the community. Each learner follows a specific learning pathway that is meaningful and relevant to them and which best prepares them for their future lives. Please read our Careers and Education policy for further information.

Careers Education Policy

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