Our Careers Advisor is Mrs Lorna Barton. She is a dedicated, qualified and a highly experienced CEIAG practitioner who has worked in education for many years.
Learners are entitled to impartial and confidential CEIAG which is person-centred, delivered in school and which meets professional standards of practice.
Activities are embedded into the curriculum and based on a partnership with learners and their parents/carers. The programme will raise aspirations, challenge stereotyping and promote equality and diversity.
A careers programme is delivered throughout school alongside 1 to 1 appointments and small group work sessions.
The careers hub is located in room 1-18.
Contact: email@example.com or telephone the school on 01709 512222
Mrs Barton is supported by a team of staff in our MAP (Making Aspirations Possible) zone. The leader of learning is Mrs Samuel who is supported by Assistant Head teacher Mrs Tank. The team is made up of Mrs Nicolls, Ms Melvin, Mrs Birtles, Mrs Hoggard and Mr Grant.