The Manor CE Academy Careers Information, Advice and Guidance Policy states that “The teaching and opportunities available to our pupils will empower them to make informed personal choices, and stay in education, employment or training long after their time at the academy.”
We recognise that several Post 16 options are appropriate for each individual student and therefore design activities to broaden awareness of the options and then provide personal guidance to look at the relevance in connection with student interests and aspirations.
Student destination data illustrates that students are encouraged to consider all post-16 options:
61% of students attended either York College or Askham Bryan College and 34% of students spread across the five York School Sixth Forms or now attend a Specialist Education Provider in Music, Performing Arts or the Armed Forces. A number of our students now attend an Independent School. Students progressed into Apprenticeships mainly in Construction and Motor Vehicle sectors.
Performance Tables – DFE Destination Measures (Provisional Data Nov19) for 2017 Leavers
97% of 2017 leavers sustained their destination of apprenticeship, employment and education. This is the second highest rate in York and compares to 94% nationally.
RT @ManorPerfArts Incredible weather in Covent Garden and wonderful to bump into Lucas, former Performing Arts student @manorceacademy who is now living and working in musical theatre in London #Amazing Great privilege to meet again and hear about his latest performance pic.twitter.com/48t6…