Every child should leave school prepared for modern Britain. Careers and Enterprise Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) is crucial in helping pupils emerge from school more fully rounded and ready for the world of work. The School aims to deliver impartial careers guidance through a range of processes designed to develop high aspirations in pupils, encourage pupils to consider a broad and ambitious range of careers and enable individuals to make informed choices and transitions related to their personal, educational and careers development. This range of processes will include informing, advising, counselling, enabling, advocating and careers education.
Through our Leadership specialism and enrichment programme, we develop links with leading local employers in the professions, business, industry and the public, community and voluntary sectors. As well as addressing the pupils and answering their questions about what it’s like to work in their field, we look for exciting work experience and mentoring opportunities with them.
See our Policies and Publications page to access our Careers and Enterprise Policy.
See our Policies and Publications page to access our Provider Access Policy.
See our Policies and Publications page to access our Careers Programme Overview.
The Academy’s Careers Leader is Julie Delahaye-Slater, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 0121 464 7997
If you would like further information about our careers programme, please contact our Careers Leader.
Please click here to view a list of the industries and sectors students are currently able to secure work experience placements in. Please note that students are much more likely to secure a position in a “high availability” industry than a “low availability” one.
Please click here to view some general guidance about securing work experience placements.