Improving the educational experiences of young people
and preparing them to be full and active citizens of society

Careers Education 

All Pupils at Adelaide Heath Academy access a careers programme that supports pupils to make informed, realistic and intelligent decisions at the next stage of their education, employment or training.  


If you have any questions about careers please contact Miss Jemma Rowley at


We are currently working towards the Gatsby Benchmarks and are continuing to make great progress.

Click HERE to see our latest Careers Report with Links to our Gatsby progress.

Click HERE to see our Careers Gallery

Our Careers Programme


Our Careers programme includes guest speakers, support from outside agencies, college visits, courses and careers fairs, online support and work experience. 

We aim to continue to develop our links with local employers and organisations- if you would like to work with us on careers please contact Miss Jemma Rowley on

Careers Newsletters

Newsletter Edition 1

General Resources

We have established a Careers Library in school where pupils can look at a range of books and prospectuses.

How2Become have very generously donated a series of careers books and have a fantastic website with lots of great advice.

Click HERE for a wealth of links to websites and resources to support pupils, parents, teachers and employers.

Pupils and Parents: Resources

Careermag for Parents

Get my first job: Resources for Parents

Target Careers

Resources for Pupils and Parents

Teachers: Resources

Careers and Enterprise Company -State of the Nation Report

Careers in the Curriculum Report

The DFE - Careers Strategy

The CDI Careers Framework

Careers Box - Careers Video Clips

Employers: Resources and Information

Youth Employment - Top tips for Employers

Youth Employment - Employer Case Study

DFE - Careers Guidance and access for education and training providers

Provider Access and Policies

Provider Access Policy 2020

The Gatsby Benchmarks

The eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance are:

1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance

The Gatsby Benchmarks - Good Career Guidance

Local Market Information

Target Careers-job market guide

Future Proof - Britain in the 2020's

National Statistics

UK Labour Market Statistics


We love to keep in touch with our pupils once they have left us and will aim to track their destinations.

Click Here to see Destinations data for our school.


 Measuring Quality

We are constantly reviewing our careers programme and we do this by using the following information:

  • Destinations data
  • Pupil feedback
  • Parent/Carer feedback
  • Local Market information and trends
  • Staff and external agency feedback

The next review of our Careers Programme will take place in September 2020.