St Brendan’s College in Bristol have been highlighted as a case study of best practice in the latest National Foundation for Education Research (NFER) report.
The report, which presents findings from research commissioned by the Department for Education on approaches to overcoming barriers in delivering education to 16 – 19 year olds, highlights the impact that the Career Academy programme has had on the students at the College.
Simon Page, Lead Manager for the Midlands, Wales and the West at Career Academies UK said: "It’s great to see St Brendan’s College being recognised for developing excellent employability skills for their students.
“The award recognises their team work and the far reaching impact that the Career Academy programme has.”
For more information or to view the report, visit the NFER’s website.