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Looking at the moon tonight... the universe blows my mind, from our planet we can see half of a satellite lit up by the sun! https://t.co/CUhSc2qPQ2


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Dave Ramsey

It may be Saturday, but that doesn’t stop us! https://t.co/1FB5bt2OYO


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Ms Astley

Great day with our students - learning about life as a student paramedic https://t.co/ZX6nInLWln


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Some electronics theory and practical in Engineering today with students getting ready for their NEA work. Amazing focus from some amazing students. https://t.co/jP1jNPNfw2


Email our stem info email on the website and they will pass this on for you.


😞 roll on the next planned date! 💫 🌟


look at this!


this looks like the most amazing opportunity we would love you to visit us if you would like any more fun science!


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Abbotsweld Primary Academy

Rocket Man 🚀 || Year Two had a day that was ‘out of this world’! They were joined by Sirius Space Agency to have an immersive experience. https://t.co/kmg1ZIAfPB


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Hayley De’Ath

Fantastic day with & today! https://t.co/FS9xTSYah8


Love this picture! Well done my wonderful stemletts!!


Some electronics theory and practical in Engineering today with students getting ready for their NEA work. Amazing focus from some amazing students. https://t.co/jP1jNPNfw2


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Robert Ayers

Great to see the students of get involved in today’s conference. Some great questions from the students. Thank you so much for hosting the event and for taking part in such an engaged and enthusiastic manner - tomorrow’s super stars ⭐️ https://t.co/n3eqUgMKYs


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Quality First

Our Delirium Conference has begun - thank you Dr Morris (Cheif Medical Officer) and Dr Gunasekera (Care of the Elderly Consultant) for kicking things off a big thank you to for hosting us 😁👍 https://t.co/BWubTUZs2u


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What’s up in the sky this month? You can't miss bright Venus in the predawn hours, Saturn at sunset, Mars in the evening and much more. Find out when and where to look up: https://t.co/DBnt7MsKpj https://t.co/OTYk47kgwK


It was very challenging today for them with 8 punctures! Making up time! Please support these amazing students


Students of that cycled from Harlow to Stratford today, I am a broken Head of School but a proud one! Well done. https://t.co/oSiRigDDZy


Well done gents!


We’ve made it! Congratulations to everyone. https://t.co/4ae4ZreyjO


Uhoh! First puncture! Engineer Ramsey to the rescue! https://t.co/vX0TA49wmc


Outstanding Education

Supporting primary and secondary schools across Essex and North & East London, BMAT is a growing multi-academy trust with a singular vision: schools, teachers and pupils freed to succeed.

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Careers Programme

All Together Guidance Professionals are pivotal in the delivery of the statutory duty on schools to provide students with Independent Impartial Careers Guidance. All Together are a modern careers guidance company specialising in Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance services. BMAT has engaged All Together services to benefit all our students.

Mixing traditional, friendly and robust guidance with employer engagement expertise across education and employment spaces, an All Together Guidance Professional brings employers together to create an enriched matrix of careers education both in and outside of school.

Working at BMAT STEM Academy as an additional resource on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, an All Together Guidance Professional offers personalised guidance services to students whilst establishing the Better Journey to Work programme across Years 10-11.

An All Together Guidance Professional will support the development and facilitation of A Better Journey to Work including an emphasis on new Traineeships and increasing Internships and Apprenticeships for young people.

Our All Together Guidance Professional at BMAT STEM Academy is Mrs De’Ath, who can be contacted via the contact us page and is in school on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.


Students are entitled to careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) that is impartial and confidential.  It will be integrated into their experience of the whole curriculum, based on a partnership with students and their parents or carers.  The programme will promote equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion, in the best interests of the students to whom it is given.

Specifically, students at BMAT STEM Academy are entitled to receive:

  • Clear information, advice and guidance about all options available
  • Help to decide what to do when they finish their course/education, including further learning, training or employment
  • A programme of CEIAG which helps them to develop skills and knowledge to make choices and the transition to work and learning
  • The opportunity to be involved in making decisions about things that affect their learning
  • An opportunity to learn about the world of work


BMAT STEM Academy are proud to offer its students a fulfilling, future-focused careers programme covering all 8 Gatsby Benchmarks. Our Career Plan for the academic year canbe downloaded below.

The Department for Education Careers Strategy, December 2017

Gatsby Benchmarks 

1. A Stable Careers Programme 

Every school and college should have an embedded programme of career education and guidance that is known and understood by pupils, teachers, governors and employers. 

2. Learning from Career and Labour Market Information 

Every pupil, and their parents, should have access to good quality information about future study options and labour market opportunities. They will need the support of an informed adviser to make best use of available information. 

3. Addressing the Needs of Each Pupil 

Pupils have different career guidance needs at different stages. Opportunities for advice and support need to be tailored to the needs of each pupil. A school’s careers programme should embed equality and diversity considerations throughout. 

4. Linking Curriculum Learning to Careers 

All teachers should link curriculum learning with careers. STEM subject teachers should highlight the relevance of STEM subjects for a wide range of career paths. 

5. Encounters with Employers and Employees 

Every pupil should have multiple opportunities to learn from employers about work, employment and the skills that are valued in the workplace. This can be through a range of enrichment activities including visiting speakers, mentoring and enterprise schemes. 

6. Experiences of Workplaces 

Every pupil should have first-hand experience of the workplace through work visits, work shadowing and/or work experience to help their exploration of career opportunities, and expand their networks. 

7. Encounters with Further and Higher Education 

All pupils should understand the full range of learning opportunities that are available to them. This includes both academic and vocational routes and learning in schools, colleges, universities and in the workplace. 

8. Personal Guidance 

Every pupil should have opportunities for guidance interviews with a career adviser, who could be internal (a member of school staff) or external, provided that they are trained to an appropriate level. These should be available whenever significant study or career choices are being made. They should be expected for all pupils but should be timed to meet their individual needs. 


Careers information and guidance resources on the internet.

All students will have important decisions to make at various times of the year – whether, for example, internships or Post 16 choices in Year 10 and 11 also Post 18 Choices. There are several internet based careers information and guidance sites that we can recommend to you to use in school or at home during this time and beyond:

www.apprenticeships.gov.uk National website for information on apprenticeship training, here you can find an apprenticeship and register to receive vacancy updates.

Apprenticeships are now being offered at higher and degree levels, we have found that different apprenticeships are offered at different times of the year for a late summer or September start.  As more information becomes available regarding these qualifications, we will update this website.

www.notgoingtouni.co.uk this is a national website which has details of apprenticeships and sponsored degrees. 

www.ucas.comthis website links to a number of informative sites.

School Leaversthe Times top employers have links to their apprenticeship schemes here.

www.ucas.comUCAS is not just for your university application, find out about money matters, applying and what courses are on offer on this site.

http://russellgroup.ac.uk/if you are aiming for a competitive entry university, this publication gives information about the “facilitating subjects” that are preferred by some universities.

www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk Search under job profiles to find out about careers – ones you know about and ones you don’t know about!

http://www.careersbox.co.uk/ Careers films and video library.

Key stage 4

In key stage 4, IAG concentrates on:

  • Researching future possible careers
  • Internships
  • Applying for internship placements
  • Interview techniques
  • Mock Interviews

Post 16 options

Information/advice on all options:

  • Sixth form
  • FE college
  • Apprenticeships
  • Other types of employment
  • Training programmes

This includes visits to, or by, FE colleges and employers/sponsors where appropriate as well as individual interviews regarding post 16 options.

Sixth form/college applications (Year 11)

  • Information and advice on courses available

  • Help completing application forms

  • Interviews regarding sixth form choices

Job applications (Year 11)

  • Sources of job information and vacancies
  • Help with application letters, application forms, CVs etc

Careers and Post 16

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