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Mullion School
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The concept of ‘career’ is explored in it’s broadest sense, as a pathway through life; from past experience, through present actions, towards possible futures – not simply ‘employment’.

The processes of informing, advising and guiding pupils are accorded a high priority and are seen as crucial in preparing pupils to make decisions regarding the opportunities and challenges of adult and working life.

Mullion School works collaboratively with a range of providers within the learning community in Cornwall to enhance it’s curriculum offered to pupils. Mullion is committed to developing quality Information and Guidance provision in agreement with it’s partners, to ensure that the best range of progression opportunities are available and that consistency of delivery ensures all pupils receive impartial high quality Information and Guidance.

The Careers Department Policy is available to view and a copy may be requested from Reception.

College Visits

Mullion school organises visits to local colleges throughout Year 10 and 11. The pupils have the opportunity to tour the establishments, view the facilities and speak with lecturing staff. We advise that pupils make use of these trips and visit more than one college in order to make a comparison and make an informed decision about which establishment they would prefer to attend on leaving school.

Mullion school has a programme of sessions where various colleges and employers visit the school to give information on different courses. The staff that come from the colleges are those that teach on the courses so are able to give specific information and answer any questions pupils may have. Both year 10 and 11 pupils are encouraged to make use of these sessions.

Careers Resource Area

The Careers Department is located in the new school Library, this is the building to the right as you walk down the main school pathway towards Reception. The Careers Resource Area is also situated within the library, information on a variety of colleges, courses, universities and career options can be accessed here. The Careers Resources Area is kept well stocked with prospectuses from all the local colleges and pupils are able to take these prospectuses home.

Key Stage 3

Careers Education is taught through the Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) lessons. Topics covered include equal opportunities, self-awareness and in Year 9 subject choice, in preparation for choosing their options for Year 10. ‘Which Way Now’ is a publication we provide for youngsters which we share with parents in year 9 and this explains the options available. The CSW PA is available to pupils at Key Stage 3 to give advice and to discuss the choosing of subjects for Key Stage 4.

Key Stage 4

Year 10

Parents are invited to a meeting early in September where the focus is on the academic programme of Key Stage 4 and the support provided for the choices which lie ahead. There is opportunity to meet the advisor from CSW who contributes to the Careers programme delivered through PSHE lessons.

Year 11

At the beginning of the Autumn term school sends out a leaflet to parents via pupils which focuses on informing parents and pupils on where to get information and advice regarding choices pupils will need to make in Year 11. The pupils are prepared through PSHE lessons for the transition from school to further education / apprenticeship and are informed of all the options available to them on leaving school.

Pupils complete their college applications in their PSHE lessons. One to one help is available to pupils to help them and school process all applications and forward them to the relevant organisations.  Mullion School has a continuing record of ensuring that 100 % of our pupils continue into either full time further education, apprenticeship or training.

Pupils are taught through PSHE sessions what should go into a Record of Achievement and how to compile this essential portfolio for colleges to view at interview. Part of the ROA is the CV and pupils in Year 11 all write a CV and personal statement as part of the teaching programme for careers. The employer’s report, which pupils will have had through their work experience in Year 10, is another essential part of the ROA.

Please share with parents and carers
The National Careers Service is delivering a series of webinars for parents and carers whose children are receiving results this August.It has been a challenging year for students and the National Careers Service want to equip parents and carers with advice to support their children on the day. Click the links below to sign up to one of the webinars and get:

  • tips on how your child can prepare for results day
  • advice about their options
  • advice about leaving education and exploring careers
  • signposting to useful sources
  • an opportunity for Q&A

Book your free place now: 
Choose one of the dates below and click the ‘book your place’ link to sign up.

Friday 30th July, 12pm – book your place

Tuesday 3rd August, 4pm – book your place

Wednesday 4th August, 12pm – book your place

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