PRE-ORDER: Gatsby Benchmark 4 Resource Pack 2020/21
This brand new edition for 2020/21 is designed to help you fulfil your Gatsby benchmarks and meet your Ofsted requirements. We've increased the subjects from 18 to 19, adding in Religious Education (RE) for the new set.
Note: This is a pre-order to be dispatched in the new academic year (2020/21).
- 19 Gatsby Guides - print copies
- 5 print copies of Parents’ Guide (only with pre-order worth £49.95)
- 19 subject posters - future of work theme
- Skills lesson plans for all subjects
- Knowledge lesson plans for all subjects
- Action plans
Add 19 digital subject guides for your VLE for an extra £79.99 after pre-order.
You will also get access to the 2019/20 digital guides for your VLE, up to the time when the new guides are published, when you purchase this product.
Who is this pack for?
Heads of Department and Subject Teachers, who want a ready made resource to enable them to deliver careers and employability in the curriculum.
They help staff challenge stereotypical thinking and raise aspirations by looking at a how skills and knowledge developed in the subject prepare students for a variety of career pathways.
The lesson plans are created by subject teachers to be delivered directly in the classroom, saving staff resources. This saves valuable money and time for schools and colleges.
Careers Leaders and Careers Advisors who are looking to embed the Gatsby Benchmarks pithing their institute.
Here's the feedback we've had on our booklets so far:
"I saw some of the resources at another of my schools earlier in the week and I was very impressed – the school said it has really galvanised some departments in particular to really consider how they are embedding careers into their curriculum so thanks for that!" - Linc Higher NCOP
These are very valuable and I have shared them with many schools (I'm a Careers and Enterprise Company Coordinator). They have been received really well and give subject teachers a brilliant starting point. - Bucks Skills Hub
Subjects include (click to view last year's sample):
Art & Design, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Design & Technology, Drama, Economics, English, Geography, History, Languages, Mathematics, Music, PE, Physics, Psychology, RS, Sociology
Here is a sample from last year's edition: