b'Destinations and Assessment & Tracking16-19 DestinationsTransition work is continuous progress,>ASK Apprenticeshipstudents work with a number of Apprenticeship support and applications external providers to support transition when leaving the programme. Partners>Enterprise Advisercurrently involved include;Workshops and enterprise support>Connexions - Independent careers advise >NE1 Can and careers interviews Workplace visits have included Marks and All students access a careers interview andSpencers and LNER.careers work with a trained careers advisor from Connexions.The study programme is also a part of the North East Careers Hub which offers fantastic >Department of work and pensions support, information and guidance on allWeekly workshops on careers, CV and aspects of careers and transition.application writing, interview skills etc.100% of 2019 and 2018 leavers had positiveAssesment & Trackingdestinations when leaving sixth form; destinations include training providers, colleges,Students performance and progress is internships and employment opportunities. monitored continually through We have a number of success stories including;comprehensive teacher records and an internship which was offered to the learnerreviewed at the annual EHCP review. following on from the two year vocationalEHCP objectives are also tracked placement whilst at the 16-19 provision,termly and evidenced via teacher employment within the service sector wastracking sheets.gained due to the experience received whilst a vocational work placement and learners goingAssesments follow schools Maths and English on to college to further study and develop theirtracking policy and interventions are put in academic skills. place to ensure progress.Page 10'