Tag: Careers Strategy

Take a fresh look at the statutory guidance from the Department for Education

Take a fresh look at the statutory guidance from the Department for Education

In January 2018, the Department for Education published the long-awaited updated statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and staff, shortly followed by the statutory guidance for further education colleges and sixth form colleges in February 2018. Well, the truth is that probably feels like a lifetime ago so we thought we’d provide a curated … Continue reading Take a fresh look at the statutory guidance from the Department for Education

New statutory guidance from the Department for Education

New statutory guidance from the Department for Education

Here is today’s blog of the series for National Careers Week 2018. Just in case you missed it, we look back at our post from the end of January all about the Department for Education’s long-awaited statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and staff… This statutory guidance replaces the version issued in March 2015 … Continue reading New statutory guidance from the Department for Education

New statutory guidance from the Department for Education

New statutory guidance from the Department for Education

The Department for Education has published the long-awaited updated statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and staff. This statutory guidance replaces the version issued in March 2015 (and re-issued with a minor update in April 2017). The ‘Careers guidance and access for education and training providers’ applies to: Local-authority-maintained schools Community schools Foundation or … Continue reading New statutory guidance from the Department for Education

The Careers Strategy – Our Response

The Careers Strategy – Our Response

Earlier this week we attended the CDI conference where the Minister launched the long awaited careers strategy. Whilst CASCAID welcomes the paper and sees it as a positive step towards building a better careers system for individuals, we feel that it does not quite go far enough to ensure consistent provision for all. Focused around … Continue reading The Careers Strategy – Our Response