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BCP Careers Hub Launch Event

BCP Careers Hub Launch Event 

We were delighted to welcome headteachers, career leaders, enterprise advisers and governors to our BCP Dorset Career Hub Celebration Dinner at the Marriott Highcliffe Hotel, Bournemouth from 6.30 pm – 9.00 pm on Thursday 26 September. 
This event was planned to celebrate success of our BCP and to bring the 18 schools working in the Dorset Career Hub together to recognise success achieved to date and to share the next steps of the journey with schools that are part of the Dorset Career Hub. It was great to be able to share that young people are making progress and recent State of the Nation 2019 Figures show.

Careers Education is improving everywhere. Disadvantaged areas are among the highest performing in the country. Two million young people are now engaging with employers at least once a year.The new Careers Hubs and the Enterprise Adviser Network are delivering accelerated progress. Young peoples’ skills and work readiness are improving. Schools, colleges and business now work together on a national scale. 
We are proud that Dorset LEP is ranked 13th of 38 LEPs for Gatsby Benchmark progress with Bench Mark Score of 3.4. There are 18 schools in our Dorset Careers Hub and we are delighted that they are committed to accelerate Gatsby Benchmarks achievement through working with:

Our Cluster Lead Schools have set the pace in embedding excellent career provision and are committed to working with a groups of schools to accelerate progress across the network. We are grateful to: 
Vicky Woodings (The Bourne Academy), Pippa Allner (Avonbourne Girls’ Academy) and Debbie Porter (Poole High School) for leading on this work working with the Careers Hub Leader.

Finally, thanks also to our Enterprise Advisers who support this work and for their role in supporting career providers to achieve Gatsby Benchmark 5 and 6 – a key focus of our work.

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