Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
Our vision is to nurture today’s young people and inspire tomorrow’s leaders. We strive to help our young women achieve their very best academically and personally, pursuing the best possible progression pathways after completing their education at our school.
Every student is encouraged to set their sights high for their future, nurture their gifts and make the most of their talents regardless of their background or individual circumstances. In order to help them prepare for college, university and the world of employment, we provide timely careers guidance, enterprise and leadership initiatives in school.
Through the School’s leadership specialism we continue to develop links with leading local employers in professions, business, industry and the public, community and voluntary sectors. We invite leading, successful and accomplished women from the community and beyond to inspire our learners to be the very best they can be.
Year 10 and 11 students are offered one to one independent advice and guidance interviews to explore their post 16 options with a view of pursuing their post 18 education goals. These guidance interviews provide an overview for students and their options including Apprenticeships and information on the current Labour Market.
Our annual Careers Fair takes place in the summer term. Inspiring guest speakers provide a keynote address before students talk to providers from various sectors. Parents are invited to join their daughter in exploring university stalls, apprenticeship providers, employers and voluntary services.
For our policy on enabling access to providers of education and training, please Click here.
For more information about our Careers and Enterprise Programme Click here
For some information about Apprenticeships Click here
If you have any other queries about the school’s Careers Guidance activities please contact our Careers Lead Jeanetta Liburd using the contact information below.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact number : 02476 220937