Economic Well-being

AIMS:

  • Engagement in further education, employment or training on leaving academy
  • Ready for employment
  • Access to transport & material goods

ACADEMY ACTIVITIES

  • Every Child Matters policy
  • PSHEE & C policy
  • PSHEE and citizenship curriculum
  • Scheme of work
  • WRL Policy
  • Business Enterprise
  • Careers post 16 strategy
  • Equal Opportunities policy
  • Ready to Work Programme
  • International Academy Status
  • Additional Learning Needs policy
  • Individual Connexions Interviews
  • Targeted Withdrawal via Connexions PA
  • ADP emphasising attainment rise and parental/community partnership
  • Data analysis to target intervention and support
  • Connexions-led parents evening
  • ‘Inspire’ events and programme
  • Looked After Children and Child Protection co-ordinator and referral procedure
  • Transition reviews for targeted Year 10/11 students
  • Business mentoring
  • Targeted academic mentoring
  • WRL policy and focus group
  • MYOB
  • Diploma WRL element
  • Academy’s Exhibition
  • Seeing is believing skills
  • Higher level thinking
  • Inspire – KS4 interview technique, KS3 WRL skills and log book
  • ASDAN – Community
  • 2012 Delivery – work experience
  • Whole academy Inset
  • Introduction of new curriculum
  • Learn through outcomes
  • Develop skills in applications and applying yourself
  • Student self evaluations – PE
  • Student mentoring
  • Student Leadership
  • Diploma Introduction 2008/09, work experience
  • Student Voice
  • Sports Prefects – leadership
  • Student logs (WRL) – Yr 8,9,10
  • Seeing is believing
  • Environmental work Yr 7-10
  • 2012 Student voice
  • LTA Training Course open to parents and community
  • Links with local council

SPECIALIST STATUS, EXTENDED ACADEMYS AND COMMUNITY BASED ACTIVITIES WITHIN NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE

  • Extended school status
  • Extended academy’s holiday programmes
  • ESOL classes
  • Adult Learning Programme (termly)
  • House fundraising activities
  • Business company programme
  • Enterprise in Action
  • Migrant Advancement Partnership representation
  • Student lead funding applications – X Press
  • Parent support – Careers Roadshow
  • Maths parent and child fun morning
  • Support for students / parents to access financial support – Home access, cheque book scheme, horizons
  • Training for parents enhancing employment opportunities e.g. Climbing wall
  • Student leadership within the community – providing experience that will be transferred to the employment sector including profession induction and conduct