Following on from rising Covid rates the Government has asked that face masks be reintroduced in all secondary schools for students and staff in communal areas. This is a sensible way to help keep students, staff and our wider community safe from Covid this winter.
We believe that every student should experience high quality CEIAG whilst at Judgemeadow.
We believe that every student should experience high quality CEIAG whilst at Judgemeadow. Alongside their academic achievements this will build their skills offering them improved future social mobility, financial security and therefore well-being. We want to create a culture that allows our students to mature and become confident, employable, aspirational and adaptable learners and employees.
The world of work and nature of employment is changing at an incredible rate. The pandemic has only increased this pace of change. To be successful in this environment our students need academic success and a range of essential skills, including creativity, resilience and communication as well as their academic qualifications.
We want to work in partnership with our students and their families alongside employers, colleges and universities enabling our students to make informed choices and realise they can be the architects of their own future.
We measure the impact of this programme through Student Voice, Staff Feedback, Student, Parent & Employer Feedback from specific events and Compass+ Tracking We will be introducing parental feedback using survey monkey from 2021/22. We have an Enterprise Advisor who works at a strategic level to ensure our programme meets the changing needs of our students as they prepare for their future.
Judgemeadow is proud to have been part of the Leicester City Careers Hub since its inception in 2012. These regular meetings with schools and colleges from across the city and county have enabled us all to share good practice and gain further understanding through presentations from FE Colleges, universities, employers etc. All of which have enhanced our provision for our students.
We have also successfully applied and been accepted as one of 20 schools from across the city and county to be part of the LLEP Careers Hub. These hubs are a new Careers & Enterprise Council initiative with our LLEP being one of 20 pilot schemes and the only one in the midlands.
This membership will give us access to training for staff and an increased budget for careers opportunities for our students. We will be working together to enhance our data and tracking processes and to meet all 8 of the Gatsby Benchmarks as soon as possible.
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