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Careers Programme

Participation in National Careers Week 2019 4th - 9th March

Access to a curriculum that focuses on the relevance of subjects to everyday independent living, social skills, travel training, preparation for adulthood, future learning and leisure, livelihood planning and employability skills. 

A programme of inspirational speakers, including those with SEND

Land based, Retail, Administration and Hospitality enterprise programmes

SLD Enterprise programme

KS5 students at Entry 2 and above will access a Workskills programme (BTEC/WJEC Independent Living), including visits to local work places

Work experience programme for students in KS5 who can access it or internal work experience for those who cannot

Students in Year 14 who are able to, will access an extended work placement

Opportunities to access link courses at Oathall Farm and Crawley College.

Access to Transition Fair with vocational, social care and academic routes

Access to independent careers advice (2019/20)

Students will actively participate in transition and future planning at their Annual review


Woodlands Meed measures and assesses the impact of its Careers programme on pupils using the Gatsby Benchmarks.

The Careers policy and programme is reviewed on an annual basis and is due to be reviewed in September 2019.

Nola Bennett has been appointed as the Woodlands Meed Careers Leader and will oversee the Careers programme.                               01444 244133