Careers Summer Program in Haringey

Referral leaflet – Click here to learn more

 

Job of the Week – Labour market information

In Print and Written Formats are available from school if you require copies.

Job of the week – Hospital Porter

Job of the week – Hairdresser

Job of the week – Chef

Job of the week – Florist

Job of the week – Train driver

Job of the week Postal-Delivery Worker

Job of the week – Illustrator

Job of the week – Dog groomer

 

Careers Overview 2021-2022

The careers strategy and the careers program is led and managed by Bronja Elton:  Assistant Head & Head of Post 16

For more information and details on how to access our program contact details can be found below:
Telephone: 020 3876 6555
Email: bronja.elton@thegroveschool.co.uk 

All Information published is reviewed and updated annually in line with guidance and our Careers strategy. Next review will be in September 2023

 

Transition Planning

At The Grove we believe that a clear transition path to post 16 and beyond is important for our students, their families and the school. Having an effective system in place allows our students a smooth transition year upon year. For this reason the transition process at The Grove starts at the end of key stage 3 in year 9.

A Transition towards Adulthood plan (appendix 1) is created based around five key areas:

  • Academic
  • Employment
  • Independent Living
  • Friends, Community and Relationships
  • Good Health

For more information visit: www.preparingforadulthood.org.uk

The planning process takes place as follows;

Year 9 A PCP review is held where the student, family, school and professionals work together to complete the school’s Transition Plan Towards Adulthood. It is during this meeting that we work collaboratively to develop the key targets and milestones for each student taking account of their EHCP outcomes and their aspirations for their future.

The Plan Towards Adulthood will be started in collaboration with school and families. Students will also begin their ‘Vocational Profile’ that will continue with them as they move through the school.

Workshops will be offered for families around transition and options post 16 and beyond.

Year 10 PLP meetings and annual reviews will review update planning for KS4 outcomes and any changes made to planning for adulthood.

Workshops and training offered for families around transition and options post 16 and beyond.

Review Vocational profiles and Transition to adulthood plans and update.

Year 11 A PCP review gathers information and this is used to ensure the appropriate pathways are identified for Post 16.

Review planning to adulthood documents during PLP meetings and update.

Review Vocational profiles and update.

Workshops and training offered for families around transition and options post 19 and beyond.

Year 12 Review and update planning and progress at Post 16.

Review planning to adulthood documents during PLP meetings and update.

Review Vocational profiles and update.

Year 13 A PCP review gathers information which is used to ensure strategies and supports have been updated in planning for beyond school and towards adulthood. Under the mental capacity act (2005) student’s views are counted as central to this review and will form the shaping of the pathway for year 14.

Review planning to adulthood documents during PLP meetings and update.

Review Vocational profiles and update.

Year 14 Review to discuss progress and next steps. Students, families, staff, professionals and external services meet to ensure a successful transition beyond school.