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Careers

Careers Education, Information and Guidance (CEAIG) is a crucial part of the work we do with our students. We interact with students at key transition points throughout their school life in order to support them in making informed choices post 16.

We have a dedicated Careers team in school for students and their families to access every day of the week. Parents are welcome to attend their child’s Careers appointments and can also meet our Careers team during parents evening.

Our Adviser completes individual appointments with students offering them independent and impartial advice and guidance. We focus on aligning student career prospects with their individual interests, strengths and motivations to ensure positive outcomes for them when they leave us. Each student has an their own action plan to take away from their appointment detailing next steps, useful information and websites they can access with parents to plan before they start applications. Follow ups are completed once the students have had time to reflect and review their plans so that they have an opportunity to ask any further questions they may have.

We have strong links with local colleges which you can find more information about in our colleges section. We work with these colleges to co-ordinate attendance at events, open evenings and college interviews so our students have good access to options available to them. Colleges also come in for assemblies, our careers fair and are available at parents evening. 

We also work with local employers, training providers and the ASK apprenticeship team so that all of our students have the opportunity to make an informed choice and can start to grow their employer network from an early age. These are also available at our Careers Fair and during various events throughout the school year.

We have a dedicated careers area in our school library where students have access to a wide range of information, college prospectus’ and employer information. Students can also attend lunch time and after school drop in sessions for support with CVs, job applications, college applications and additional advice and guidance they may need. 

Everything we do in school is in the best interest of our students and their futures and our careers provision is no different. Students will also experience careers as part of their curriculum learning and we follow the Gatsby Benchmarks to guide us in providing strong and consistent opportunites for them to grow as individuals and be ready for "Life After Lathom"

Our school careers policy can be found on the policy section of the website.

For more information or to book a student careers appointment email: [email protected]

School Careers Leader: Caroline Pickering