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Gloucestershire County Council has announced the latest round of grants from the YES Innovation Fund. Applications are invited from organisations working with young people furthest from the labour market to help them gain employability skills that will increase their chances of employment or starting their own business. The Fund is intended to help new projects test ideas and is not available to provide on-going support to pre-existing projects. Applications must be submitted by Wednesday 7th October 2015.
What’s Next? is for you if you are in year 8, 9, 10 or 11 in Gloucestershire. The information in this booklet will help you make decisions about your options at 14 and 16, and to plan ahead for your learning and career choices after you are 18.
We’ve included information about all the options that are open to you at each stage – so you have the real facts about all the choices. We’ve added website links so that you can explore further.
Stroud District Council have launched a new initiative, called the Skills for Stroud Work Experience Charter, to ensure that schools and local employers provide valuable work experience programmes for pupils. It's aim is to ensure that work experience in the district is of a high standard and that those businesses and organisations offering it are recognised.
Statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and school staff.
This document outlines why schools (and local authorities that maintain pupil referral units) must secure independent careers guidance for young people, what they must do to comply with their legal responsibilities in this area and the role of the governing body and head teacher in shaping the guidance and support offered by the school.