Are you doing all of this?
Do your teachers know about apprenticeships, foundation degrees, work based learning?
That is why you need Outstanding Careers.
Do you want to achieve OUTSTANDING at your next Ofsted?
Under the Common Inspection Framework that came into effect in September 2019, It was made clear that careers learning is receiving a much higher priority that it had previously. The ability of your school to deliver impartial and effective career learning experiences for all pupils in years 8-13 impacts not just one reporting area, there are aspects of careers learning across the entire framework but especially in the personal development reporting area.
Nothing will happen even if I don't do all this...
The statutory guidance makes it quite clear that if anyone complains steps will be taken:
'In the event of suspected non-compliance with the duties and statutory guidance,our approach is for the parties involved to try to resolve the matter locally. This might include resolving a complaint in line with the school's published complaints procedure. If a complaint remains unresolved, the DfE School Complaints Unit will consider whether the school's statutory policies meet current education legislation and whether they have been adhered to. If the Department finds fault with a school's policies following a complaint, then remedial action could be taken. This could include an official or a Minister from the Department for Education writing to the school and, ultimately, the legal powers of intervention available to the Secretary of State for Education may be enforced."