To provide inspirational careers support which enables our young people to make the right choices to succeed in their chosen career.
Dafydd Humphreys – SLT Leader on CEIAG provision
Robert Hodges – Careers Leader and project manager for Career Mark
Marion Broughton – School Support Officer (careers)
Melinda O’Connor – careers advisor
Tracyann Corke – neaco funded careers advisor
Undertanding staff roles within the provision of CEIAG at Neatherd - see this file.
Your entitlement as a student at Neatherd High School is that careers guidance:
- is presented in an impartial manner, showing no bias or favouritism towards a particular institution, education or work option
- includes information on the range of education or training options, including apprenticeships and technical education routes
- is guidance that the person giving it considers will promote the best interests of the pupils to whom it is given
- independent careers guidance is available to students from year 8 to year 11
- ensure that there is an opportunity for a range of education and training providers to access all pupils in year 8 to year 13 for the purpose of informing them about approved technical education qualifications or apprenticeships
- For the employer encounters Benchmark, every school should begin to offer every young person seven encounters with employers – at least one each year from year 7 to year 13 – and meet this in full by the end of 2020. Some of these encounters should be with STEM employers.
Robert Hodges is the named person to the role of Careers Leader to lead the careers programme at Neatherd High School.
Provider Access Policy
For the Technical College Provision, please see this file.
Planned programme of careers, employability and enterprise education at Neatherd High School.
Please see this file.
Measuring the impact of the careers programme
Click each title for a file:
Benefits of the Neatherd Careers Programme
At Neatherd we put in a considerable amount of resources because we believe in the benefits of an effective careers education programme. Our careers education work is supported by the excellent support of different stakeholders. The benefits of our work are not achieved in isolation but we see them as being:
- Students can make informed post 16 choices and beyond
- It plays a part in raising the aspirations of our students
- Used as a motivational tool to encourage students to do well so they can progress in their chosen careers
- Helps promote positive destination figures
- Opens our students eyes to the wide world
- Breaks down stereotypes about different careers. Careers can be for anyone
- Engages with our local community
- Develops the transferable skills of our students
Year 11 students – How to apply for post 16 provision?
See this file.
What to do for work experience 2019
See this file.
See this Self-Placement Work Experience file.
Celebrating Work Experience 2018
See this file.
Also, see this letter which contains more information from the Work Experience Information Evening.
Careers Appointment Referral Form
We encourage any student in any year group with a need to make an appointment with our fully qualified careers advisor. If you would like to make an appointment please click here and fill in this form. Please note parents / carers you would be most welcome to make an appointment for your young person.
If you need to contact a member of the careers team, please use the email@example.com e-mail and mark for the attention of the member of staff you would like to contact.
If you need to make written contact with a member of staff, please use this postal address:
Dereham Neatherd High School
Norwich Road, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 3AX
The telephone number for the school is 01362 697981 and then just ask to speak to the correct member of staff.
We welcome any feedback on the information contained on this page from key stakeholders interested in our provision. Please contact the careers leaders. The information on this page will be reviewed in the first half term at the start of the 2019-2020 academic year.