Careers Education helps young people to develop the knowledge, confidence and skills they need to make well-informed, thoughtful choices and plans for their future.

Through Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) pupils will:

  • be able to investigate opportunities for learning and work on their own
  • make challenging but realistic plans for their future learning and work
  • understand the skills and qualifications that they need to pursue their ambitions
  • understand the full range of learning opportunities open to them within the school and elsewhere (including local colleges and training providers

There is a comprehensive key stage 3/4 programme of teaching in careers through PSHCE lessons, supplemented by excellent inspirational enrichment and enterprise activities across all year groups. Both go hand in hand with the vital impartial CEIAG delivered by our Career Connect Advisor, Nicola Scully.