We aim to provide the highest quality careers education, independent advice and guidance possible to raise the aspirations of our pupils and ensure they reach their full potential, specifically

  • Develop themselves and their aspirations through careers and work-related education
  • Find out about careers and the world of work, building strong connections with employers
  • Develop skills for career well-being and employability

We are working towards achieving the Investors in Careers accreditation and are committed to providing the highest quality careers education and guidance.

Gill Smith, a qualified Careers Advisor, undertakes 1:1 guidance interviews and is a point of reference and support for all pupils. James Raw leads on KS4/5 Transition and the taught programme. Our whole school approach to careers is guided by the eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance. 

Full details of our work can be found in the Careers Policy below.

Careers Education, information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and Work-Related Learning Policy

Provider Access Policy

Careers Education and Guidance Policy and our offer to pupils for 2018-19 here

Gill and James can be contacted through Reception or by email should you need any additional information.

Gill Smith:
James Raw: