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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.
This is evident in that we were successful with the renewal of the Investors in Careers Award
in November 2014. 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. We are currently preparing for re-assessment for the new
Quality in Careers Standard Award and expect to achieve this by February 2018.


Provision for our students
All students have access to our Careers Resource Area which is open daily before and after
school and at break & lunch time. This is well stocked with up to date resources. Mrs Isaacs
is located in this area and is available to assist students during these times with their KS4
Option Choices, Work Experience, College/Sixth Form applications, Personal Statements and
CV’s.


Key Stage 3
Year 7   
 Introduction to the Careers Area 
 Form Time Activities Programme
 Students follow a Cultural Studies Programme consisting of PSHEE, Citizenship and
RE
Year 8
 Group Interviews with an impartial Careers Personal Advisor from Prospects
 Options/Careers Day in the spring term
 Options Assemblies
 Options Evening
 Form Time Activities Programme
 Taster days and visits to Sixth Forms, Colleges, Universities and places of work to
raise aspirations of students
 Students follow a Cultural Studies Programme consisting of PSHEE, Citizenship and
RE

Key Stage 4
Year 9
 Individual interviews for SEND and highlighted students with the impartial Careers
Personal Advisor from Prospects
 Group Interviews with the impartial Careers Personal Advisor from Prospects in the
Summer term
 Taster days and visits to Sixth Forms, Colleges, Universities and places of work to
raise aspirations of students
 Students follow a Cultural Studies Programme consisting of PSHEE, Citizenship and
RE

Year 10
 One week Work Experience programme in the Summer term
 Work Experience interview practice
 Careers interview with an impartial Careers Personal Advisor from Prospects
 Taster days and visits to Sixth Forms, Colleges, Universities and places of work to
raise aspirations of students
 Students follow a Cultural Studies Programme consisting of PSHEE, Citizenship and
RE

Year 11
 College Transfer Evening in the Autumn term
 Presentations by various Sixth Forms/Colleges
 Careers interview with an impartial Careers Personal Advisor from Prospects.
 Raising Participation Age ‘Moving on Event’ in the Autumn term
 Visit to Skills London 2016 Careers Event  
 College Transfer Interviews
 Targeted Interviews for student at risk of becoming NEET from an Impartial Careers
Personal  Intense Advisor from Prospects
 Taster days and visits to Sixth Forms, Colleges, Universities and places of work to
raise aspirations of students
 Students follow a Cultural Studies Programme consisting of PSHEE, Citizenship and
RE