We are very excited to announce that Grofar have joined the Skills Builder Partnership and in doing so have embedded the Skills Builder Framework in the latest release of our award-winning Careers Management Solution.
We are pleased to publish the results of our recent survey regarding “Student digital passports”. Grofar currently has one of the industry leading student passports and this work was undertaken to inform our future developments. What many schools tell us is that they want a digital equivalent of a “Record of Achievement” and that is […]
We are delighted to announce that Mike Holding at Woodroffe school in Lyme Regis Dorset was the happy winner of our competition linked to our recent “Student passport” research. Mike is the Head of Work Related Learning and Enterprise and will be putting Grofar to good use with his students in the coming year. When […]
Download The Downs School Case Study Key Benefits: Empowers students to take ownership of their career development through the student passport, allowing each student to set future goals and develop of individual plan that grows over time. Provides a central database for businesses, making engagement easier to track and develop. Will allow the school to […]
Recording employability skills, careers guidance provision, activities and events is essential to evidencing the quality and the impact of your careers programme and helping your school to provide students with the best possible careers service. Evidencing skills and careers guidance provision is made easy with Grofar as these 4 steps demonstrate. 1) Add activity to a student […]
The team have been busy collecting feedback and fulfilling our commitment to improving Grofar. We will release new features and updates every 2 weeks which I look forward to sharing with you. I am delighted to take you through some of our recent product updates. Careers Plan – Student Entitlement Statements The Careers Plan generator […]
In Sir John Holman’s 2014, Gatsby report he said that there was no “silver bullet” that would of itself transform the quality of careers advice in schools. Instead, he said schools needed to provide a series of measures to a high standard. His views are based on extensive research in the UK, Canada Germany, Holland, […]