During their time at Unified Academy, students learn through an enriched curriculum which develops the skills and attitudes required to enable students to become successful and independent within adulthood. Students are guided throughout their curriculum with personalised targets to ensure that each learning experience is meaningful and helps every individual achieve their full potential.
Unified Academy supports careers development through high quality and personalised work experience opportunities, internal enterprise projects as well as bespoke planning and preparation of student career pathways.
We are committed to working in partnership with the local community and surrounding areas. If you are an employer or company that think you could help inspire our students within their career decisions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Through every stage at Unified academy, learning is focussed on developing student’s future pathways. Our Careers Programme lists some of the elements of careers information, advice and guidance that a student will encounter during their time with us.
The Careers Leader for our school is Carly Murphy. She can be contacted via email: email@example.com
Provider Access Policy
Unified Academy is committed to providing high quality careers guidance and advice. Click here to view our Provider Access Policy, which gives details of how training providers can visit the school to offer eligible students information and advice about career pathways.
The Gatsby Benchmarks – what are they?
The Gatsby Benchmarks are a key measure of the effectiveness of career advice. They are also a very important part of the Government’s career strategy. In order to ensure our students enjoy high quality careers guidance and experiences, we will be working to embed the below eight Gatsby Benchmarks throughout our Careers Programme by the end of 2020 in line with DfE expectations.
- A Stable Careers Programme
- Learning from Career and Labour Market Information
- Addressing the Needs of Each Pupil
- Linking Curriculum Learning to Careers
- Encounters with Employers and Employees
- Experiences of Workplaces
- Encounters With Further Education
- Personal Guidance