Work Related Learning and Careers
Helping to prepare our young people for work
We offer a wide range of activities to help prepare young people effectively for adult and working life. We provide our young people with a balanced range of interesting, exciting and stimulating experiences that will allow us to concentrate on the core skills of communication, independence and emotional development. We focus on these core areas in all of our activities to support our students lives outside of Endeavour. Work experience currently offered by Endeavour Academy includes: work in a local cafe, access to FarmAbility careers project, working at local baby group, working at a small farm but also a number of school based enterprise projects and work experiences that include running 'Jacket Potato Cafe' and 'Burrito Cafe', card making enterprise, work in the school office, use of school hairdressing facilities and working in our school cafe the Hexagon Hub.
In Spring 2019, Endeavour Academy started working with the national organisation Talentino. Talentino provides training, support and guidance with career advice to SEN provisions across the UK.
Careers education, information, advice and guidance at Endeavour Academy can also be explained through reading our policy which can be found in the 'Essential Information' section.
Our aim at Endeavour Academy is to help our children and young people to understand and join in with the community around them as much as they possibly can. At the same time we want to promote a greater understanding of autism in our wider community.
We provide as much of our curriculum outside the Academy as possible so that our students learn how to adapt what they learn inside school to the outside world. This helps students to cope with real life experiences and get a sense of belonging to a wider community.