The term ‘Career’ is defined as a purposeful destination on leaving school or college and therefore at Dysart school we understand that the term career does not necessarily mean paid employment. Our curriculum offer equips students with the knowledge and skills they need to be fully prepared for their next stage in life.
We work closely with families and other outside agencies to ensure that our students personal development, further education, and future life choices are well-matched to their individual needs and are both aspirational and relevant.
Stephanie Cruse (Vice Principal) has overall responsibility for the careers programme at Dysart school and she can be contacted by the school office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 020 8412 2600.
Our Careers Programme is reviewed annually and will next be reviewed in February 2025.
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Dysart’s progressive career provision builds upon the main school curriculum and is carefully mapped out across key stages and pathways. The provision ensures that students participate in a bespoke package of Careers support that is carefully tailored to their individual needs and is consistent with the eight Gatsby benchmarks: