Careers Information, Advice & Guidance
The careers information, advice and guidance programme at St Luke’s makes a major contribution to preparing young people for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.
These links are mainly intended for key stage 4 students.
St Luke’s is not responsible for the content of external sites.
Meet the Team
Mr Kelly – Head of Post 16 Transition and Employability
Mrs Small – NEET Transition coordinator/ Post 16 Transition
Contact Info For Schools Career
St Lukes C of E School
Harts Lane. Exeter
Careers, Post 16 transition and Employability Skills Programme
Raise careers aspirations
Encourage students to take responsibility for own plans
Students to make better informed decisions about their post 16 options
Increase the number of students who gain qualifications to access first choice pathways
Reduce the figure of students who are NEET
Attainment and progress of students following Technical Award courses (Sport/HSC/ICT/Dance/ Catering)
Programme to be delivered via a range of the curriculum opportunities, tutor programmes, Drop down days, specific visits, targeted intervention and PSHE curriculum
Year 7 activities
Drop down day/ ME morning- Record of Achievement
Year 8 activities
Drop down day/ ME morning-
Options evening including Presentation to parents/students
Tutor support and discussion for Options
Subject outlines and careers information in Options booklet
Employer engagement briefings for tech awards (HSC/ P/Arts)
NSSW Careers pilot intervention
Drop down day- ROA Information seeking re Jobs.
Design and delivery of Yr 1 Green pathway support re additional leadership and Literacy and numeracy of lowest ability leaners (potential NEET).
Delivery of Year 1 Employment engagement programmes in HSC/P/Arts(dance)
Year 10 activities
Work experience launch evening
Drop down day
BT Bootcamp-Interview skills trip.
National Apprenticeship fair at WestPoint. Aimed at Targeted students.
Next Steps South West- ‘Destination Success’ performance delivered by Enact Solutions. The performance informs young people of the diversity of courses and routes available to them post 16.There is also a supporting workshop (30 minutes) is designed 25 target students from the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) cohort.
Input via tutorial and assemblies. Supported by year 10 tutorial team and Head of Year.
Delivery of Year 2 Employment engagement programmes in HSC/P/Arts(dance)
E mentoring- Next steps south west for targeted students.
Coach bright mentoring
Year 11 activities
Post 16 application and meetings with Exeter College, Careers South West and other post 16 providers
Y11 Parents evening
Careers South West appointments- PP and Vulnerable targeted interview slots.
University of Exeter -Pathways to law programme (PP 5A*-C)
National Citizenship Service- Exeter city @ Year 11 parents evening and Assembly
Maynard’s scholarship programme
Exert mathematics school visits and application processes
Delivery of Year 3 Employment engagement programmes in HSC/P/Arts(Dance)
Assemblies from Exeter College, Maynards, CVCC Kings, NCS Exeter City, Bicton College, Exeter College
Mock results day interviews
Mock results day update of first and second choices, Exeter College support and CSW.
Communication with parents and students of results and eligibility for first and second choice pathways