Futures Support (Careers)
St Peter’s holds the Inspiring IAG Gold Award for its Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance to all its pupils. All of our published information is reviewed annually, the next review will take place in November 2019.
"St Peter’s is an aspirational school and seeks to empower students with a sense that anything is possible; CEIAG plays a fundamental role in this. The delivery model of CEIAG is a varied and mixed one but also has a personalised approach, including offering a well organised and supported alternative provision offer. I am delighted to recommend that St Peter’s Catholic High School achieves the full award of The Quality in Careers Standard, as delivered by Inspiring IAG." - Inspiring IAG Assessment Report Summary
St. Peter’s Careers Lead is Mrs C Welch who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01942 747693
St. Peter’s also has a dedicated Futures Coordinator, Mrs N Maloney, to support and help all pupils make informed and aspirational decisions about their future. Mrs Maloney can be contacted at email@example.com or on 01942 747693
We also have an independent Careers Advisor in school every week; all Year 11 pupils will have at least one appointment during the first half of the year. There are also drop-in sessions at lunchtime for all other pupils.
At the core of all the careers work is the belief that quality CEIAG has a positive effect on student engagement, attitudes and outcomes and the careers programme is comprehensive; CEIAG is delivered through Curriculum for Life (C4L) lessons and extra-curricular programmes.
For the summary of the careers programme please click on the CEIAG in C4L and Extracurricular events links below.
For how the school measures and assesses the impact of the careers programme on pupils please click on the 2017 Activity Report and the Evaluations from young people, staff and parents/carers.
If you think you could add to our outstanding provision, by providing further careers support for our pupils please see the Provider Access Policy on our Policies page to contact us and make arrangements.
In this section:
- 2018 Activity Report
- Evaluations & Feedback
- Careers Advisors
- CEIAG in C4L
- Extracurricular Events
- Post 16 Pathways
- Post 16 Entry requirements
- Information and Guidance Policy
- Additional useful links
- VIRTUAL CAREERS FAIR 2020
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