Careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) make a major contribution to preparing young people for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life by:
Careers Lead: Mr A De Angelis
Independent Careers Adviser: Ms Howells – Education Development Trust
Ms Howells is in school on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays to support students from years 8 to 13 with one to one independent and impartial advice and guidance regarding their future career and further education options.
Students can request an appointment with Ms Howells via this link: Careers Request Form
Further information and guidance for students and parents / carers can be found using the links below:
Careermag offers a complete guide to apprenticeships, courses and university opportunities along with useful articles offering education and career advice.
The CEIAG programme for each year group is constructed around a range of activities, experiences and resources including:
The school measures and assesses the impact of the careers programme on pupils by receiving an annual impact report from EDT regarding the one to one careers appointments. This includes a feedback survey completed by the students regarding the careers meetings.