Careers Education Programme

In Fullbrook Careers Education is taught together with Citizenship and Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHEE). Our programme is called 'Citizenship', the name chose by students for the programme in 2008.
Different parts of the Citizenship programme are taught by different teachers who belong to one of five interest groups that enables them to become expert in teaching the topics in their group. The five areas are Be Healthy, Stay Safe, Enjoy and Achieve, Making a Positive Contribution and Economic Well-Being.
Non teaching staff are also involved in lessons because at Fullbrook, we believe it is so important. The presence of other staff in lessons brings a wealth of life experience that staff share to help students make their own decisions in life.
Students choose what they want to study each year in a framework of topics that we are required to cover. Student and teacher evaluation is used to change the programme to better meet everyone's requirements. Last year, students and parents asked for more careers education so the amount of time given to this in the Citizenship programme has been increased.
The Careers programme is also supported through tutor time activities and enrichment opportunities for students across all year groups.

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