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Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local MCMC population (and those at risk) and its needs in relation to education, employment and training. Known as Surname Gender Year/Stage Free Meals (in receipt of) Looked after status Postcode Attendance rate Number of exclusions

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Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local

  • MCMC population (and those at risk) and its needs in
  • relation to education, employment and training
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Known as
  • Surname
  • Gender
  • Year/Stage
  • Free Meals (in receipt of)
  • Looked after status
  • Postcode
  • Attendance rate
  • Number of exclusions
  • Lates to date
  • Homelessness application
  • Main difficulty in learning
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Produces a list of pupils which provides a starting point for discussion
  • Some pupils on list may be removed and others added as a result
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Is there good quality support (personal support and IAG)

to support young people in their choices and what progress

is being made with the e-Prospectus?

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Clear advice and information about all the options available

  • Support and guidance to help young people make choices
  • and complete a career plan for the future
  • Early identification of school leavers
  • Regular personal support
  • Tracking and monitoring of pupils at post-statutory leaving age
  • A programme of careers education helping young people
  • develop skills and knowledge to make choices and the
  • transition to work and further learning
  • Input to school PSHE and vocational courses
  • An opportunity to learn about the world of work
  • Facilitation of 16+ LC and related offers
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Information gathered at school level and through Careers

  • Information verified by both partners and entered into the spreadsheet
  • Regular meeting between PTPS MCMC and Careers Advisor
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