At the beginning of June Year 10 students will receive a list of all the sessions available and an invitation to sign up to a maximum of two sessions during the week. They then need to get an application form from school, which must be signed by a parent
or carer and the school. The Local Authority will collate all the applications and send student lists to the providers.
Becoming a provider
Schools may also wish to offer taster sessions for their own post 16 provision as part of
Year 10 Choices Week.
If your school would also like to offer sessions during the Year 10 Choices Week, please ask your CEIAG Lead or
Head Teacher to contact
Briefing session for schools
If you are interested and want to find out more there will be a Briefing Session for Schools on the 12th March at 3pm at Future House aimed at School CEIAG Leads, Heads of Year 10, 11 or Post 16.If you would like to attend please contact
Kathryn Loftus. It is hoped that as many schools as possible will support their Year 10's in taking up the offer of taster sessions and use this opportunity to showcase the school Post 16 offer to other Bradford students.
Year 10 Choices week and Clashes with School’s Work Experience Week
We are aware that Year 10 Choices Week 2014 may coincide with some ‘work experience weeks’ that schools intend to offer. We apologies for any inconvenience this may cause but hope that Year 10 Choices is viewed as complementary activity intended to offer
further opportunities for young people to find out about post 16 options available across the district. Also, it may be a suitable alternative for those students not attending your schools organised Work Experience Week.
If a student is taking part in Year 10 Choices Week during their School Work Experience Week we request that your school’s Work Experience Coordinators log the student’s taster information via the ‘comments’ box on the Work Experience database. For further
information relating to work experience please contact