Useful Links

Useful Links

Labour Market Information

Batley Grammar School is required to meet the statutory requirements for careers education, known as the Gatsby Benchmarks.  Click here for further information.

We track each individual student to ensure they are receiving the benefit of external experiences, advice and inspiration.  We arrange a wide and varied programme of enrichment opportunities for students to actively participate in, both in and out of school.  This includes access to employer activities and experiences, trips to university campuses and visits to local careers-based events.  Examples of such activities include mock interviews, trips to local law courts, visits to engineering firms and trips to university halls.  We also arrange for visiting speakers to attend lessons to enrich the students' careers guidance through the curriculum.

Our dedicated staff keep abreast of changes to Labour Market Information (both regionally and nationally) to ensure that our students have access to up to date information, enabling them to make fully informed and considered choices.  Click here to view a summary of the most recent changes to Labour Market Information.  Please click here to see up to date Labour Market Information by region (statistics correct as at January 2019).

If you have any queries please contact our Careers Leader, Mr Hussain at

Some useful Labour market resources below ... 

  1. National Careers Service Site- This site offers around  800 job profiles and can help illustrate careers activities and offer online guidance for young people.
  2. LMI for All is an online data portal that connects and standardises existing sources of high quality,reliable LMI. 
  3. Use the Careerometer Widget 
  4. Nomis is your one-stop shop for labour market information. The summary pages provide key trend data about or local area. 
  5. I Could provides 1,000 different video clips of LMI and personal career stories to help students explore different career routes and pathways.
  6. Get In Go Far is the government portal for information about apprenticeships, with a linked website to find live apprenticeship vacancies.
  7. Amazing Apprenticeships provides free talks and guidance to schools via the Apprenticeship Support Knowledge service (ASK).
  8. National Careers Week provides a range of posters,inspirational quotes and links to the Royal Bank of Scotland Kickstart resources.
  9. This government tool allows you to use your postcode to search for courses and qualifications available in your local area.
  10. Office for students England helps you identify the Single Points of Contact in your Higher Education Networks, along with local outreach events such as summer schools and advice and information on progression.
  11. Career Companion is an independent and impartial guide to careers information on the internet (subscription required).
  12. Federation for Industry Sector Skills & Standards provides free, sector-specific careers information for young people through the network of Sector Skills
    Councils (SSCs).