5 CEIAG Framework Targets
How does Fulwood Academy meet the Government and Gatsby standards for the CEIAG Framework?
The 5 CEIAG Framework Targets
The planning required to deliver your provision, as well as the ways you will measure success.
Fulwood now have a recognised program of delivery in place that is in its second year of delivery. The program has been designed to meet the Government and Ofsted requirements of an outstanding CEIAG provision. The Academy also works closely with an Enterprise Co-ordinator from a company called Inspira. To support this vision the Academy has now gone into partnership with a variety of local employers and Further Educational establishments.
2. EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT:
The people and organisations that will support your programme.
Each year group has interaction with at least one employer/business, with further focus and links to employability skills such as interviews/ CV’s and presentation provided in KS4.
3. EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ACTIVITY:
The in-class and extra-curricular activity that students participate in to develop their work skills.
The program encourages participation in the extra-curricular provision activities, but also provides each year group with several different ‘in school’ and ‘external’ activities delivered by supporting business and educational parties.
4. WORK EXPERIENCE:
The workplace experience your students access via placements, shadowing and insight days.
The program provides external visits for each year group to business partners such as: Training 2000, Baxi, Leyland Trucks and many more. We are also delivering a ‘World of Work Week’ in year 10 that has a complete focus on employer/workplace interaction and preparation. In one week alone students have interactions with a variety of local employers, including interviews and workshops.
5. EVALUATION OF IMPACT:
Measuring the impact of your provision and collating this to meet Ofsted judgements.
The impact and delivery is consistently evaluated against the 8 Gatsby benchmarks using the Ofsted recognised software package ‘The Compass’. This software evaluates the program against the standards rating via a percentage in each case. This allows for constant targeted progression in areas of development. To support the evaluation process we place great importance on ‘pupil voice’ and now have data/electronic collation methods that allow students to influence the direction of the program.