The Lambeth Academy is committed to delivering a robust framework for students across KS3, KS4 and KS5. The dedicated careers team lead by Ms Ampah have developed an employability model designed to work with the requirements of OFSTED to ensure that all students receive adequate and sufficient guidance and information to support and inform their career pathways and decisions. The Academy’s agenda to raise aspiration and the marketable prospects for all learners is one that is embedded across all aspects of the academy’s community. With regards to its learners, Lambeth Academy has a firm understanding of the wider importance of identifying what skills will make for a successful and purposeful student in the classroom and a more marketable employee in the workplace. Allowing our learners to have access to an effective careers education and guidance programme will help to contribute towards building a more secure infrastructure which will foster the sustainable well-being of young citizens.
Every week one tutor time session is dedicated to Careers Education, in addition CEIAG is delivered through the following channels:
Morrisby Career assessments
In Year 10 we assess students to identify individual skills and profiles which will support students to make informed decisions with regards to their KS5 pathway and beyond. Assessments also form a complimentary part of assessing the needs of our learners in preparation for work experience.
All Year 7s will go on a residential trip to experience life at either Oxford or Cambridge, this is to ensure that our students are aware of the most aspirational goals available to them.
Kings College Scholars
This Russell Group University runs a three-year programme of workshops and mentoring for all our Years 7-9 which focuses on widening access to top Universities.
Working with our students from years 7-13, Into University offer purposeful workshops twice a year designed to support our learners to gain access to a wider reach of information to further inform key decisions centred around university and employability engagement.
All students across years 12-13 are given the opportunity to access a year- long mentoring programme designed in partnership with the National Audit office.
Our business partner offers employability support to Years 7-13, through workplace tours, work experience, mentoring, coaching, mock interviews and CV workshops.
We offer a huge range of trips and tours designed to broaden our students’ experience of careers and different workplace opportunities. These have been supported previously by Credit Suisse, Phoenix Education Trust, Shell, Ted Ex, Burberry, House of Lords, LSE and many more. Every we year we work to develop new and sustainable partnerships in order to provide our students with access to a wider employability and academic networks.