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Career Advice in UK – Children should choose academic or vocational path at 14 Ofsted chief says

Pupils should be ‘streamed’ into either academic or vocational ‘clusters’ at the age of 14 to help them get jobs when they leave school, according to the head of Ofsted,  Sir Michael Wilshaw said teenagers should transfer between schools before sitting their GCSEs depending on their aptitude for an academic or vocational education. He said … Continue reading

Should bright pupils become hairdressers?

Should teachers dissuade their brightest pupils from becoming hairdressers? According to Ofsted, teachers sometimes “deride” pupils for opting to leave school and work as apprentices in beauty salons or hairdressers. Inspectors questioned 105 young people for a report on apprenticeships published on Wednesday. They found “several examples of bright young people who felt they had … Continue reading

UK | Apprenticeship | School work placements boost success

A meaningful work experience placement while still at school is crucial to a successful apprenticeship, says Ofsted. The education watchdog wants schools to organise better placements and the government to develop stronger careers guidance for over-16s in England. In a report, it says official figures suggest around a quarter of the people who begin apprenticeships … Continue reading

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