Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) is available to all students. We provide equal opportunities across Year 9 to Year 13 with impartial and unbiased advice and counselling. Special needs of the individual are respected. Careers advice involves teachers, governors and appropriate external agencies.
The school actively encourages links with industry and the business world. A comprehensive programme of careers related activities is open to all students in Years 8, 9, 10, 11 and Post 16 with the opportunity to engage with employers and start planning for the future. There are further opportunities for experience of the world of work through vocational courses.
The following events in the school calendar support CEIAG:
The school has achieved the interim ‘Investor in Careers’ award which demonstrates our on-going commitment to working in partnership with industry and local businesses in order to prepare our students for the world of work.