Careers Information and Guidance

Coronavirus Closure

Following government guidelines, Judgemeadow is now closed. Beauchamp College in Oadby will be open to children of key workers at Sir Jonathan North, Judgemeadow  and Brocks Hill Primary School who have registered for a place.

Careers Education Information and Guidance

We believe that every student should experience high quality Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) whilst at Judgemeadow. Alongside their academic achievements this will build their skills offering them improved future social mobility, financial security and well-being.

We want to create a culture that allows our students to mature and become confident, employable, aspirational and adaptable learners and employees.


The world of work and nature of employment is changing at an incredible rate.  To be successful in this environment our students need academic success and a range of employability skills, including a positive attitude, resilience and a willingness to learn.


We want to work in partnership with our students and their families alongside employers, colleges and universities so they are able to make informed choices and realise they can be the architects of their futures.


Qualification Levels & Applying for College Handbook

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Our Aims

  • Using the Gatsby Benchmarks strategically plan and deliver a high quality series of taught, experiential and enrichment activities through years 7 – 11 including further and higher education, apprenticeship and internship information.
  • Help students to recognise their strengths, talents and interests and to use these as they consider their post 16 choices.
  • Ensure each student has the opportunity for at least two 1-1 advice sessions with our Careers Advisor, Nicola Cadman-Bailey.
  • Promote a culture that features educational success as part of an accepted pathway into adulthood.
  • Actively teach employability skills needed for progression to employment and to further and higher education.
  • Help students to understand how these skills make them highly employable within the changing context of work.
  • Create a culture where students have high and realistic aspirations for the future.
  • Expect all staff to buy into this culture of aspiration and achievement.


Provider Access Policy Statement

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Labour Market Information

East Midlands

Current employment   74.9%

National Average   75.5%


Current Unemployment   4.1%

National Average   4%

Average Income   £26,806

Average Hours Worked   31.6


There will be a further 86,000 jobs in the East Midlands by 2022


Information from Office of National Statistics

October 2018

LLEP Careers Hub(s)

Judgemeadow is proud to have been part of the Leicester City Careers Hub since its inception in 2012. These regular meetings with schools and colleges from across the city and county have enabled us all to share good practice, gain further understanding through presentations from FE Colleges, universities etc. All of which have enhanced our provision for our students.

We have also successfully applied and been accepted as one of 20 schools from across the city and county to be part of the LLEP Careers Hub. These hubs are a new LLEP initiative with our LLEP being one of 20 pilot schemes and the only one in the midlands.


LLEP World of Work

a booklet for young people with useful information about local industries


This membership will give us access to training for staff and an increased budget for careers opportunities for our students. We will be working together to enhance our data and tracking processes and to meet all 8 of the Gatsby Benchmarks as soon as possible.


Click here to view the press release