Prospective Students

At Logic Studio School, we like to get you ready for life after Logic by embedding career conversations into the curriculum from day one. Use the tabs to find out more.

  • Experience an assembly from local EBP Spark to discuss Work Experience and the local job market. (November)
  • Identify their individual skills and aptitudes through a Careers Morning focused on potential future jobs and careers. (PBL1)
  • Participate in a speed networking event with local business people to further develop their knowledge of a variety of careers. (PBL3)
  • Undertake a visit to a local employers to further develop knowledge of career opportunities. (PBL5)
  • Participate in a Mock Interview morning in preparation for Work Placement. (PBL5)
  • Undertake a full time Work Experience placement for one week with a local company. (July)
  • Visit local universities to find out about courses and post 18 options. Trips include St Mary’s Universities (PBL3) and Goldsmiths World of Work Event (July)
  • Attend the Logic Careers Fair to meet employers, universities and apprenticeships and training providers. (July)
  • Complete an individual careers booklet looking at a variety of CEIAG activities.

 

  • Participate in projects that focus on key employment skills – teamwork, leadership, problem solving, planning, meeting deadlines, sales & marketing and presenting to an audience. Projects include:
    • Crowdfunding (PBL1)
    • Logic Easter Business Fair (PBL4)
    • Creative Media Days at Logic (PBL1 and PBL2)

 

  • Undertake visits to participate in activities linked to future careers. Trips might include:
    • Sky (PBL5)
    • Apple (PBL5)
    • London Design Museum (PBL5)

 

  • Various PSHE / Assembly topics throughout the year.
  • Participate in a speed networking event with local business people to further develop their knowledge of a variety of careers. (PBL3)
  • Undertake a transition day that focuses on post 16 option research. To include local job data; various post 16 options available; possible career pathways and requirements; and research into courses available. (PBL1)
  • Undertake a second transition day that focuses on applications. To include completion of application forms, CV design and a post 16 transition interview. (PBL2)
  • Attend college and school open mornings and events to investigate post 16 options. (Various)
  • Attend the Logic Careers Fair to meet employers, universities and apprenticeships and training providers. (July)
  • Learn about and participate in the Recruitment and Selection Process as part of their BTEC Level 2 Business Course. (PBL1)
  • Complete an individual careers booklet looking at a variety of CEIAG activities.

 

  • Participate in projects that focus on key employment skills – teamwork, leadership, problem solving, planning, meeting deadlines, sales & marketing and presenting to an audience. Projects include:
    • Gaia Technologies ‘Jekyll & Hyde project (PBL1)
    • Business Presentations (PBL3)
    • Website Development (PBL1)
    • Revision Bootcamp and Video Making (PBL4)

 

  • Various PSHE / Assembly topics throughout the year.

We run specific Employer Pathways for Year 12 which give you a deeper understanding of your chosen topic, and what a job in that subject might look like. You will:

  • Participate in the Logic Induction Programme.
    • Introduction to Employer Pathways.
    • What employers want?
    • The local job market.
  • Choose an ‘Employer Pathway’ that focuses on your possible future career. These pathways include:
    • UCAS Pathway for those focused on University Applications
    • Finance Professional Pathway  including summer work experience with Career Ready
    • Computing Professional Pathway including CISCO Exams
    • Creative Media Pathway including industry projects and visit
    • Business Pathway including business project and industry visits
  • Participate in projects that focus on key employment skills (see professional competencies below)
  • Projects include:
    • Feltham Futures Community project
    • Presentations Skills – Pecha Kucha
    • London Cultural Scramble 
    • Tenner Challenge

 Undertake visits to participate in activities linked to future careers. Trips include:

    • UCAS Exhibition
    • Aim Higher Creative Media Careers Event – Ravensbourne College
  •  Complete individual online courses
  • Visit local universities to find out about courses and post 18 options. Trips include St Mary’s, Roehampton, Kingston and UWL.
  • Complete an EPQ to support a University application – UCAS Group
  • Participate in the Logic Transition Week
    • Apprenticeship Opportunities with support from Outsource Training and Education & Employers.
    • University opportunities with UCAS and Aim HIgher.
    • The Logic Careers Fair.
  • Undertake Work Placements and Career Ready Internships with local companies.
  • PSHE / Assembly topics throughout the year including EE mornings
  • Individual half termly meeting with FT and completion of UpskillMe platform to include all of your relevant skills and experiences gained throughout your time at Logic.

Year 13 is focussed on securing your next step, whether that is a place at University, on an apprenticeship or straight in to employment.

  • Participate in the Logic Transition Course
    • Identify and research potential Post 18 options
    • Apprenticeship Applications plus Mock Testing Centre, interviews and visits to businesses offering apprenticeships – supported by Outsource Training.
    • University Applications – UCAS, personal statements, finance and interview support.
  • Apply for University, apprenticeships or employment through Year 13 Form time mentoring.
  • Individual half termly meeting with FT and completion of Logic Careers Tracker
  • Complete Online Learning Courses to support applications.
  • Learn about and participate in the Recruitment and Selection Process as part of their BTEC Level 3 Business Course.
  • Preparing for Life after Logic!
  • Attend the Logic Careers Fair to meet employers, universities and apprenticeships and training providers.
  • Participate in projects that focus on key employment skills – teamwork, leadership, problem solving, planning, meeting deadlines, sales & marketing and presenting to an audience. Projects include:
    • Managing an event
    • Creative Media Photo Project
    • Personal Finance 
  • PSHE / Assembly topics throughout the year including ULAS
  • Application Support with the Logic Career Club

Labour market information

We conduct a regular review of the local labour market. This information is available to you to help you understand the opportunities locally for your future career, and also how this looks across the wider UK economy.

We share this with you as part of PBL week to ensure you understand what it is and why it is important. 

Click here to view West London Labour Market information. 

 

Destinations

You will have access to a wide range of information that has been curated to provide you insight in to the different options available post-Logic (see Current Students). 

Our pastoral care includes 1-1 coaching sessions to help you with a range of topics, including your future career aspirations. 

Professional competencies

Recognising the importance of employability skills, we have developed a framework of 6 professional competencies that our you will focus on throughout the year. You will reflect on how you have demonstrated these competencies during project based learning activities, work experience, part-time jobs and during lessons. 

UpskillMe 

We have also invested in the UpskillMe platform which allows you to record your achievements and experiences and share your profile with prospective employers which will help you stand out from the crowd of CVs. 

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