Rotherham Aspire will support every pupil to realise and develop high aspirations and consider a broad and ambitious range of careers through a combination of direct/indirect experiences and learning opportunities.
At Rotherham Aspire building positive relationships is what we do constantly with pupils, parents, teachers and employers.
In order to be the best and achieve meaningful lifelong outcomes for our pupils we stand by and put our energy into effective working partnerships.
We aim to inspire every pupil through ‘real-life’ contacts with the world of work as we know this can help them understand where different meaningful choices can take them in the future. Rotherham Aspire will work with a range of organisations and local authorities to achieve this for our young people placed within our school.
Rotherham Aspire will measure the effectiveness of their careers activity by considering both the attainment and the destinations of their pupils. Success will be reflected in more numbers progressing to work placements, apprenticeships, traineeships, and other positive destinations such as employment or a further education college. This will help to close the destinations gap (i.e. reduce the number of NEETs) between young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and others.
Rotherham Aspire will provide ‘Advice and Guidance’ as part of a programme of activities that inform, inspire and motivate young people, preparing them for work and helping them to understand where different education and training choices could take them in the future. (This is in line with DfE statutory guidance 2021)
We understand this ‘programme’ must take into account pupil’s potential life- long careers not just their immediate 16+ placements.
The careers lead at Rotherham Aspire is
Maxine Hughes contactable via email at email@example.com, available between 9am - 4pm Monday-Friday.
Baker Clause Statement - provider access
Long Term Plan - Employability