- All staff should link curriculum learning with careers.
- Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subject teachers should highlight the relevance of STEM subjects for a wide range of future career paths.
- By the age of 14, every student has had the opportunity to learn how different STEM subjects help people to gain entry to a wide range of careers.
- All subject teachers should emphasise the importance of succeeding in English and Maths.
Some ideas to engage your classes with careers are as follows:
- Show a short video clip as a starter activity using the resources on:
To show the relevance of lessons for future careers
- Discuss careers linked to specific parts of your curriculum – use the following website to help you – https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/explore-careers
- Set a homework task to research different careers related to your subject.
- Browse and use the career lesson inserts on the world of work website – https://www.myworldofwork.co.uk/lesson-inserts
- Utilise STEM careers resources – https://www.stem.org.uk/resources
- Consider growth industries in the Liverpool City Region – https://growthplatform.org/sectors/
- Request support from your Careers Leader / Enterprise Coordinator to bring in a guest speaker to talk to students about careers or to deliver part of a lesson. The STEM Ambassador Programme or Inspiring the Future can give support with this.
- Visit the Forum Talent Potential website to view case studies about employer-linked curriculum projects
Personal Development Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotte Lawrence (Enterprise Coordinator, Liverpool City Region Careers Hub https://lcrcareershub.co.uk/)
Victoria McMahon (Enterprise Adviser – Ford)