List of Key Stage 3: resources and presentations
Presentations to use with KS3 students
There are 3 presentations available to download that can be used with KS3 students. Each presentation has introductory questions and directs the students to a set of age appropriate activities that are on the Careerpilot home page. They can be used as a stand-alone session or as part of our 5 week PHSE programme (see below).
The presentations can be used as a quick introduction or in a 50-60 minute session, with students completing the suggested activities on a computer/tablet or mobile phone. The activities could also be completed at home or for homework.
Year 7 - Using Careerpilot to research jobs and careers
Year 8 - Using Careerpilot to research jobs and related subjects
Year 9 - Using Careerpilot to help with choosing their options (this could be used with Y8 students, if more appropriate)
Suggested activities for Key stage 3, 5 week PHSE progs and tutor time activities.
Download suggested Careerpilot activities for Key Stage 3. This provides a summary of activities for each year group and the topics covered in the 5 week PHSE programme for each year group. This also shows the reports that schools and colleges can access if students have completed the activities and the Gatsby Benchmarks which these activities contribute evidence towards.
PSHE Schemes of Work
For each year group there is a 5 week scheme of work available to enable Careerpilot to be delivered in lesson time. Each lesson is 1 hour long and will need access to a computer room. They can be downloaded and adapted to suit your needs. All the resources required are included.
Click on the following links to access the schemes:
All of the resources that have been developed for Key Stage 3 are available to download by clicking here
Tutor time activities: 20 min resources that don't require students to access a computer
The following resources have been developed for those times when access to a computer room is difficult - they could be completed in a tutor time or as starter activities. They can be accessed by clicking here: