Careers Education, Information Advice and Guidance provides a bridge via which students move not only to further education, vocational training or employment, but to the next stage of their development as members of society.
In school we have an embedded CEIAG programme across all subjects on the curriculum, each one signposted against the relevant benchmark and how they fulfil that criteria. There is a comprehensive timetable of activities and events for students to access both within and outside of curriculum lessons. This is further enhanced by holistic events that are combined alongside the school’s PSHEe (personal, social, health and emotional education) programme. Subject leaders are encouraged to provide work related contexts for their students’ learning which are signposted within their Schemes of Learning.
All students are provided with access to high quality, impartial and unbiased careers information and equal opportunities for work-based learning. Effective delivery of CEIAG, which includes provision for self-development, career exploration and career management, this enable students to have a greater understanding of the requirements for their career interests.
We also have a weekly CEIAG drop in for all students with Alison Belmon. Why not come along and see what options are available to you?