Jon Datta reflects on our recent article on the importance of buy-in for effective careers delivery. Thankfully, schools can increasingly call upon their very own Careers champions who sit on a Local Governing Body at a school (or Trustees at a Multi-Academy Trust (MAT)), helping to support whilst remaining unafraid to challenge existing provision for Careers Education, allowing it to thrive – the Careers Governor.
As you will be aware the government recently published their long awaited Schools White Paper and it sets the government’s ambition for the future of education in schools. Without doubt it’s grand on the ‘why’ and ‘what’ but understandably light on the ‘how’, we took a detailed look at what it said about Careers…sadly, it didn’t take long!
The difference between being dragged or pulled and being pushed is not just a semantic one. We all know and have worked with people who need one or the other, it isn’t often that you meet an individual who needs both. The same can’t be said of organisations or leadership teams where to sell your worth or project you need to be equally adept at doing both.