Suggested Targets

Targets and AL Levels

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Check the rolling plan for the current year:

Current: 2021/22 - Year Two

Autumn

Year One

Desire &

Enthusiasm

Autumn

Year Two

Punctuality

Spring

Year One

Working

Safely

Spring

Year Two

Time

Management

Summer

Year One

Identifying &

Solving Problems

Summer

Year Two

Communicating

Effectively

AL04

Classroom Monitor

Pupils will make a clear choice about starting an activity that they like, linked to careers work.

 

Pupils will select an activity they would like to do from a choice of three or more.

 

Pupils will indicate who does what job tasks in school from two photographs.

Example:

A EYFS (Personal Jobs) student at AL04 in Year One Spring (Working Safely) may be set target: Pupils will make a clear choice about starting an activity that they like, linked to careers work. This personal job maybe putting their coat away when entering the classroom. To secure this target you will need to evidence them hanging the coat up safely to avoid tripping up. Or to wait their turn as to avoid disrupting others.

AL05

Classroom Monitor

With support, pupils will prepare for the next stage in their careers. e.g. take part in links to college/ day centres.

 

Pupils will prepare for the next stage in their careers, e.g. recall some information about visits to college/ day centres.

 

Pupils will make small, simple collations of images of people at work and in leisure activities.

 

With support, pupils will collect and communicate about images of people at work and in leisure activities.

Example:

A KS1 (Personal Jobs) student at AL05 in Year Two Autumn (Punctuality) may be set target: Pupils will make small, simple collations of images of people at work and in leisure activities. This could be a simple visual activity matching symbols for jobs e.g School diary to teacher and the symbol for start of the day.

AL06

Classroom Monitor

Pupils begin to recognise that they need money to pay for things.

 

Pupils will be able to communicate about their progress file and other work and leisure activities. e.g. work experience diaries.

 

Pupils will recognise some of the different jobs that familiar staff do within school. e.g. the School Nurse.

 

With support, pupils will begin to identify similarities and differences between people.

 

With support, pupils will identify pictures of men and women in different work roles.

Example:

A KS2 (Classroom Jobs) student at AL06 in Year One Summer (Identifying and Solving Problems) may be set target: With support, pupils will identify pictures of men and women in different work roles. This personal job maybe brushing up the classroom and using visuals for both male and female cleaners as well as a separate profession such as a police officer and asking them which people they would need to complete the task of cleaning.

AL07

Classroom Monitor

Pupils will help to organise and communicate about what they would like to include in their progress files.

 

Pupils will communicate about their likes and dislikes and the things that they are good at.

 

Pupils will recognise a wider range of jobs that staff do within school including those of staff they do not work with.

 

Pupils begin to recognise the advantages of saving money.

 

Pupils will know who can help them with their choices and decision making.

AL08

Classroom Monitor

Pupils will communicate about their likes and dislikes. They will identify their strengths and recognise their needs.

 

Pupils will recognise some of the different jobs that people have within their family and local community.

 

Pupils will look at managing a personal budget, with support.

 

Pupils will demonstrate what they are good at, and know what they are achieving.

 

Pupils will know that boys and girls can have the same opportunities and make the same choices in learning careers and work.

AL09

Classroom Monitor

With support, pupils will describe who can help them to find careers information and begin to understand how to find this themselves.

 

Pupils will describe the work that people do within their family, school and local community.

 

Pupils will understand the difference between “Need” and “Want” when managing a personal budget.

 

Pupils will investigate choices and career opportunities open to them in their local area.

 

Pupils will understand that developing ‘essentials for learning and life’ skills will help them to prepare for adult and working life.

AL10

Classroom Monitor

With increased independence, pupils will identify what their achievements are.

 

Pupils will be able to work out a simple weekly personal budget.

 

Pupils will communicate appropriately and positively about themselves, about their good points and about how they feel.

 

Pupils will find requirements for courses.

 

Pupils are able to compare the pros and cons of different choices so that they can make progress.

 

Pupils will recognise how they are changing, what they have to offer and what is important to them.

 

Pupils will understand the differences between types of employment, e.g. voluntary, full-time, part time, shift work and why people may prefer one type over another.

AL11

Classroom Monitor

Pupils will find the main points in careers information and recognise which facts they can trust.

 

Pupils will recognise their personal strengths and begin to match these to suitable work opportunities.

 

Pupils recognise that people think about their careers in different ways and understand some of the key factors that might influence and shape this.

 

Pupils will understand that credit can be useful but that it needs to be managed with care.

Pupils will discuss the benefits and challenges of choosing non traditional opportunities in careers and options.

AL12

Classroom Monitor

Pupils will develop a simple curriculum vitae that could be used in the workplace.

 

Pupils will identify skills and attributes that could be offered to an employer, and demonstrate how these skills could be used in the workplace.

 

Pupils will match people to different job roles according to qualifications and attributes.

 

Pupils will set themselves appropriate and achievable short and long term goals related to an area of interest or career.

 

Pupils will set themselves appropriate and achievable short and long term goals related to an area of interest or career.

 

Pupils will set themselves appropriate and achievable long term goals and explain how these form part of a longer term plan.

Matching Targets

Suitable targets for Remember More Modules

It is sometimes difficult to find an activity that links your target to the Remember More modules. If you are struggling with this based on the Know More Skills for your Key Stage then please email your careers lead via the link below.

Try browsing through your key stage resources below. These are focused on the Know More Skill and may create some ideas for you. We have a bank of resources available on the shared drive.

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