The Government’s careers strategy sets out how it will ensure all young people can learn from employers and providers about the range of opportunities available to them.
The strategy states that as a school we must aim to give all young people the chance to talk regularly to local education and training providers. This means young people can learn more about different routes to higher-level skills and the workplace, including technical and professional qualifications, apprenticeships, traineeships and supported internships.
As such we provide opportunities for a range of education and training providers to have access to pupils, to inform them about approved technical education qualifications and apprenticeships. Our Provider Access Statement details how providers can request access, the process, which timetabled events providers may wish to take part in, and the premises or facilities available to those given access.
You can see our Provider Access Statement 2020 21 here.
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