Knowledge about  science  careers

These resources have been designed to help schools achieve the Gatsby Benchmarks

Particularly 4 Linking curriculum learning to careers
All teachers should link curriculum learning with careers.
For example, STEM subject teachers should highlight the relevance of STEM subjects for a wide range of future career paths.

As schools seek ways of reaching the Gatsby Benchmarks, these documents will help subject teachers contribute in a way they have never done before.
NCW 2019 Ofsted Careers Handbook

Subject teachers may not be familiar with careers in their subject, indeed may never have considered it. Jobs available have changed radically since many teachers were trained. These resources are designed to help subject teachers update their knowledge on this topic.

This is one of a series of twelve sheets which list careers that can be followed featuring the main subjects: Art, Computing, Drama, Design Technology, English, Humanities, Mathematics, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Physical Education, Science and STEM.

There are spreadsheets linking careers to modules taught for chemistry and physics.
Careers in chemistry
Careers in physics

The package also contains teacher guidance and differentiated worksheets for more able, average and less able students plus a creative idea for job in the future.
Teachers can use:
Subject specific careers word searches
Subject specific careers Word Clouds
e.g. Chemistry careers word cloud

They can be used with a matching series of transferable skills for each subject to help students identify the strengths they can use for their careers.

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