Careers Education Information Advice Guidance
CEIAG Co-ordinator | Tracey Maker
Progress & Pathway Leader | Laura Stanley
Independent Careers Advisor | Lindsay Evans
Please email email@example.com for any Careers related queries.
There is a wide range of information available for students in the Careers area of the library.
- College and university prospectuses
- Information on finance related concerns/bursaries/grants
- Gap year information
- Advice on a range of issues related to CVs, revision, options etc.
Lunchtime careers talks
On Wednesday lunchtimes, visiting speakers from a range of professions will be coming in to talk to our students about their career pathways in the library. The aim is to develop student aspiration and to learn which skills and qualifications are needed to be successful.
All students in the KS3 will take part in a lesson around careers and options. They will be told how to use the careers area of the library and will take part in an online quiz called the Buzz Quiz which will evaluate answers given and provide students to identify personality traits which are best related to specific career paths. Students will then have an opportunity to navigate the site, looking at various career paths and watching videos and gaining information on qualifications needed, male to female ratios and earnings etc.
There are also various links on students' careers folders relating to information on options, apprenticeships etc.
All students in Y11 will be offered a careers interview with Lindsay Evans, our independent careers advisor. Lindsay will be in Acland Burghley on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you would like to attend the interview with your son/daughter please let us know and this can be arranged.
Tel: 020 7482 98 86