As exams have started this week, the YMCA has teamed up with a local college in Brighton to tackle the exam stress that young people are going through. This is all part of the Right Here project, which is a health and wellbeing project aimed at young people aged 11- 25 and live in Brighton. … Continue reading The #NoStressSuccess campaign
With exam season starting soon, it is important to start revising now before your exams start. You may have had some mock exams to help prepare for the real thing, but here is some advice and tips on how to revise for upcoming exams. Start revising now – starting to revise earlier rather than later … Continue reading Struggling with revision? Here are my top 10 tips!
A private school, which Prince Charles himself attended, is offering a GCSE boot camp for teenagers who are struggling to revise and are becoming stressed about upcoming exams. This week-long boot camp offered by the private school is hoping to attract students and help prepare them for their exams. This is through a combination of … Continue reading The Gordonstoun GCSE boot camp for teenagers struggling with revision
Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales, has released its annual report, showing that there is a lack in skills in maths, languages and digital technology. The report also shows that 50% of secondary schools and 70% of primary schools have been judged as good to excellent this academic year. Digital skills The education … Continue reading Estyn’s report on pupil progress
Here at CASCAID, we always aim to provide our users with the very latest careers information. A career as a Humanitarian Aid Worker is one exciting career. But what is it all about? What is a Humanitarian Aid Worker? In this job, you will be helping people in areas that have been affected by war and destroyed … Continue reading How can you become a Humanitarian Aid Worker?
Here at CASCAID, we always aim to provide our users with the very latest careers information. This includes providing details about exciting careers. A career as a Game Master is one exciting career. But what is it all about? Game Masters are involved in the planning of gaming events. You talk to a variety of customers and gamers … Continue reading An exciting career – Game Master!
National Careers Week provides the perfect opportunity for the whole school to promote careers to all students. Young people can start exploring future jobs and understanding the types of jobs that are now available in the ever changing work environment many people work in. With Kudos Key Stage 4 students can input their interests to generate … Continue reading National Careers Week- Future Jobs
36% of people say that the fear of failing stops them from exploiting the business opportunities they see. (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor) Entrepreneurs need information, advice, hints and tips from industry experts and from fellow entrepreneurs, to help give them the confidence to follow through with their ideas and create a successful business. Global Entrepreneurship Week … Continue reading Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012
Our latest post to support National Careers Week looks at the role of ICT in careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). To find out more about National Careers Week, click here. The role of ICT in CEIAG Technology-based resources have an important part to play in CEIAG delivery. CEIAG delivery can require extensive human resource, but with … Continue reading National Careers Week – technology in careers education, information, advice and guidance
Last week, I attended the Westminster Briefing on Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance: Establishing a Stronger United Profession for All Ages. The event set out to help address the many questions surrounding the CEIAG sector in light of the announcement about the introduction of the all-age careers service, the impact of the comprehensive spending … Continue reading Westminster Briefing on CEIAG