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Overview

Preparing our students for their future
The Royal Liberty School are committed to providing high-quality Careers Education
Information Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) which complements and enriches our curriculum.
The essence of CEIAG involves preparing our boys with knowledge and skills for life.  By doing so, we help develop well-rounded, informed and confident young men who are ambitious to succeed. 

In addition to the provision outlined below, students also take part in various aspirational visits to universities and participate in STEM taster days.

Provision for our students
Key Stage 3
Year 7  
Students are supported in their transition from primary school into secondary school through a series of assemblies and a tutor time programme which looks at developing the following skills:

  • Organisation, Resilience, Initiative, Leadership, Study Skills and Communication

Year 8
During tutor time and assemblies students focus on:

  • Kindness, Respect, Without Harm, Study Skills, Oracy

In the spring term, students are given guidance on their GCSE options through a series of assemblies delivered by Subject Leaders as well as a Careers Fair and information evening for parents.

Key Stage 4
Year 9
During tutor time students delve into the world of work. They investigate work and career options, the labour market, employers and post-16 options

Year 10

  • STEM workshop day at CEME - October 2018
  • Havering 6th Form Aim Higher - December 2018
  • Essex Chemistry at Work Careers Event - October 2018
  • BT Boot Camp- March 2019
  • Assembly on apprenticeships during National Apprenticeship Week 4-8 March 2019
  • Work related learning - 16-18 July 2019

Year 11

  • Programme of 1:1 impartial interviews with a career guidance professional from Prospects.
  • Attendance at RPA (Raising Participation Event) October 2018
  • Post-16 Transition Evening for parents and students October 2018
  • ​​​​​​​Assembly on apprenticeships during National Apprenticeship Week 4-8 March 2019