Information for Teachers
Teachers are an influential part of the decision making of students. We aim to support you by providing;
- Our Careers Programme
- Inset day talks
- A Careers Champion for each subject to co-ordinate information and activities via the Careers Lead.
- Website links to pass on to students
- Subject-specific posters to display
We expect all teachers to be aware of the relevance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects for a wide range of future careers.
Teachers should be able to talk about careers related to their subject and understand the routes pathways and skills in demand from employers.
Please email feedback, comments or suggestions about our Careers Programme to Christine Pugh, Careers Lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Government’s new Careers Strategy published in 2017 set out the plan for building a high quality careers system that will help young people to succeed. The Gatsby Benchmarks define all the elements of an excellent Careers Programme. We are working towards achieving all 8 Gatsby Benchmarks by 2020.
Benchmark 4 and 5
A particular focus is around benchmark 4 and 5 and we are planning a series of activities in the academic year 2019-2020 to address this so that each subject can deliver 1 lesson per year specifically focused around linking to careers in their subject.
The following websites are a good source of information and can be used for signposting students who ask for more information;
STEM Learning is the UK’s largest provider of education and careers support in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Free and impartial information, advice and guidance to help you with decisions about careers, courses and work.
Information on apprenticeship vacancies.
A guide to understanding apprenticeships
For information on degree courses and entry requirements.
Useful to see how the demand for job sectors are performing in your area.
ROADWORKS: HYDE ROAD
From late January 2020, Manchester City Council is undertaking a major widening scheme on Hyde Road. This will inevitably cause some inconvenience to travel to and from Wright Robinson College. We will do our best to keep you updated.
Manchester City Council has set up a website which will provide future updates – Improvements to_our_highways