How to use this learning and assessment resource to improve practice?
This case study has been developed to contribute to professional learning for practitioners at all levels working with children and young people from 3 – 18. It is structured to both inform and to support reflection on existing strengths and areas of development around partnership working with employers and organisations within the context of DYW and the development of employability skills.
You are invited to use this exemplar to reflect on the following questions:
- To what extent do I foster long-term partnerships to realise the entitlements of the Career Education Standard 3-18?
- How does my current engagement with employers and partner organisations support my and my establishment’s approach to embedding DYW across learning and teaching?
- To what extent do I collaborate with partners to develop the curriculum offer for learners and incorporate the necessary skills, knowledge and attributes required for the future economic developments?
- How do I currently collaborate with employers and partners on recovery planning around the COVID-19 pandemic?
This ‘DYW Interesting Practice’ exemplar has been summarised in the following document:
This document provides an example of the partnership agreement used at the school.
Breadalbane Academy’s skills tool: