We are committed to providing a planned programme of Careers Education, Information and Guidance for all pupils in Years 9-14. This is based within the Preparing for Adulthood model which the school promotes and evaluates for each young person.
We believe that it is especially important for our pupils, all of whom have an Education Health and Care Plan, that Careers Education Information and Guidance (CEIAG) permeates the whole school and is of the highest possible quality.
The CEIAG programme will promote equality of opportunity, celebrate diversity and challenge stereotypes.
The policy is guided by the ‘Gatsby’ benchmarks, to ensure best practice and to conform to statutory requirements.
Our Careers Education is overseen by Sue Rose (Acting Headteacher.) Please contact the school through firstname.lastname@example.org or (01723) 367829 for any further information.