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Engaging Minds, Broadening Horizons

Destination Data (Students)

The impact of the school's CEIAG provision is audited on a termly basis, by using Compass+ to assess the extent to which each Gatsby Benchmark is being met. The careers leader meets regularly with the Careers Hub Facilitator from the North East Local Enterprise Partnership to discuss best practice and review the school's provision, and is also in contact with other careers leaders from schools within the academy trust. Perhaps the clearest indicator of the success of the careers programme is the number of students who become NEET (not in education, employment or training) after they leave school. This figure has historically been very low, and reflects the success we have in supporting students to take their next steps.

2021: 1.3% of students NEET (County Durham average 2.9%)

2020: 1.2% (County Durham average 3.1%)

2019: 0.7% (County Durham average 2.6%)

2018: 2.6% (County Durham average 2.6%)

Figures taken from the local authority's annual indicative activity survey reports.