At Langdon Park School we value the importance of embedding a strong careers programme for all students. We believe in having a strong careers programme from Year 7 as this is more impactful on our student’s development.
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) forms an integral part of student life at Langdon Park. Our careers guidance is delivered through a variety of workshops, talks from professionals, careers fairs, workplace visits, and one to one guidance interviews with careers advisors. In addition, we run our annual Volunteer Fair and Careers Fair in school. This gives students the opportunity to gain experience and explore different career paths.
Careers Lead: Masuma Begum email: email@example.com
start careers profile
Start is an online careers platform designed to connect 11-18 year olds with their future career potential. It combines the most comprehensive source of information with a personalised experience and career planning tools, helping our students to make more informed decisions about their future study and career options, as well as developing their employability skills.
START can be used by students, parents and teachers at school or at home.
A student profile: students build their profile and access personalised study and career information.
Modules: activities to guide students through the information on Start at the right time.
Up to date information: engaging content on what to study, where to learn and the world of work.
Locker: an online record of achievement to evidence skills for future applications and CVs.
Employability action plan: Students can set goals and stay in control of their career planning.
Start Overview Video: https://youtu.be/0Z9tc3ZtraA
Please click on links below to see:
Please click below to access the START Home Learning Activities
Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership
THEBP is a charity with nearly 30 years’ experience in delivering volunteer-based programmes and workshops aimed at raising the aspirations of young people through developing employability skills and an understanding of the world of work.
Through our partnership with THEBP, we deliver a broad range of programmes in schools which improve the employability and life chances of young people. All programmes bring volunteers from local employers into contact with young people.
Tower Hamlets Young WORKPATH: www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/youngworkpath
Young WorkPath is a unique employment service providing support for young people in Tower Hamlets. The service provides impartial employment support tailored to individual student needs.
Our Young WorkPath Careers Advisor works closely with students at key transitional stages to support and provide a helping hand, so students can move forward on their path to employment and realising their full potential.
langdon park alumni — future first
We have established an extensive Alumni network. Our ex Langdon Park students contribute to our careers programme in many different ways. Alumni members support workshops, assemblies and visits by sharing their journey from education to employment. We would love to hear from you if you are interested and invite you to join the Alumni.
Click here to sign up https://networks.futurefirst.org.uk/signup/langdonpark Contact our careers Lead Masuma Begum firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can support the school.
careers google classroom
Every year group has a google classroom dedicated to careers education. Please ensure you have joined your careers classroom for regular updates on opportunities and activities taking place.
Year 7: Class Code: 3tlfvsb
Year 8: Class code: lekuhpw
Year 9: Class code: mityfo5
Year 10: Class code: qpujezh
Year 11: Class code: 3nmau3x
careers and college information
The Careers Corner in the Library is full of information about jobs, what qualifications you need and what options you have. There are also sixth form and university prospectuses available for you to look through.
As part of our Careers Programme, Students in year 10 take part in a one-week work experience placement in the summer term.
If any other student wishes to arrange an independent work placement, they can organise this for the school holidays. Our Careers Lead will support students by promoting opportunities, and helping organise placements for students.
We are very keen to engage with businesses and employers to help us inform and educate students about the local and national employment opportunities. By working with local businesses an employer, we are able to provide students with experiences of workplaces.
We provide many opportunities for businesses to interact with students: Work Experience week, Career Carousels, Employability Skills workshops, Careers Fairs etc.
If you would like to get involved and work in partnership with the school then please contact the Careers Lead on 02079874811 or email email@example.com
LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION
A pivotal component of our careers provision is enabling our students and their parents to have access to career and labour market information (LMI).
What is LMI?
Labour Marker Information helps provide data, statistics and predictions about present and future trends in the workplace.
This includes information on:
skills, career pathways and progression routes in the local labour market
job applications and interviews
educational institutions, courses, qualifications, entry requirements and costs
employment sectors, employers, jobs, salaries and employment trends
jobs, training and apprenticeships
job demands and working life
What we do:
- Teach students how to find and process information
- give students access to up-to-date information in a range of different formats.
- offer the students first-hand information through encounters with employers and experiences of the workplace
Useful Websites and Information:
Use the following websites to search for and find information about a whole range of jobs and industries along with up-to-date Labour Market Information.
-Localised career and labour market information from LMI
-Impartial information on all study options at GCSE, post-16 and 18
-Live course information and apprenticeship vacancies
National Careers Service
The national careers service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
LMI for All
LMI for All is an online data portal that connects and standardises existing sources of high-quality, reliable LMI.
Labour market update for London – January 2021
point of contact
For full details of the careers programme and any other enquiries, please contact the Careers Lead, Masuma Begum.
Please find below a list of useful websites and resources which will help you to support your child's careers decisions.