Information Advice and Guidance

The school has a statutory duty to provide independent impartial careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) on careers and courses beyond the age of 16.  This sits alongside the school’s commitment to advise all students about the world of work and, separately, about curriculum preferences that allow them to make informed choices in order that they secure progression into the world of further education, higher education or the work place.  The school uses a range of external services and local strategies as outlined in this policy to guarantee students outstanding CEIAG Provision.

Click here to download the CEIAG document.

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