Post 16 Information, Advice and Guidance If you have a child in Key Stage 4 or 5, I‰Ûªm sure your thoughts have already been on the future. What will they do when they leave school? What opportunities are there for them? Post 16 Information, advice and guidance (IAG) is delivered at The Iffley Academy in numerous ways. In Key Stage 4 and 5 it is delivered through the curriculum in work related learning lessons, PHSCE and English. We also have contacts with the local college providers, mainly the City of Oxford (Amada Cherry) and Abingdon and Witney Colleges (Carly Foggett), who will attend the transfer reviews for the relevant students. If you believe there to be complex issues that might need other forms of support we also commission the Adviza service to attend the EHCP reviews for advice on other opportunities in and outside of the county. Our in school contacts are John White and Yvette Fay. Oxfordshire County Council also have Post 16 Guidance for young people with special educational needs and disabilities. We have added a link here and this also explains how to contact the National Careers service; explains a range of choices; which route is best for you, and other opportunities involving training and work – https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/further-education-and-training-children-and-young-people-sen The guidance is aimed at young people, parents, schools, colleges, anyone providing Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and central staff. It provides information on the range of options, where to obtain IAG, planning, courses available in colleges and other opportunities for learning and working. KS5 students receive IAG through accessing work experience weekly and through completing Independence and Communication lessons, which in the 1st term of each Academic Year are related to the theme:World of Work. The video links below show information on three local college providers: Henley – https://vimeo.com/109011909 Oxford – https://vimeo.com/109014419 Abingdon – https://vimeo.com/10910932