The Careers Education & Guidance Programmes make a major contribution in preparing young people for opportunities, responsibilities and experience of life. They help young people make decisions and manage transitions as students and workers. It is vital that all 14-19-year-old students who attend our school have the knowledge and skills they need to make informed choices and achieve economic well being in later life.
A young person’s career reflects the progress they make in learning and work. It is part of the vision and mission of the school that all students need a planned programme of activities to help them choose 14-19 pathways that are right for them and to be able to manage their careers, sustain employability and achieve personal and economic well-being throughout their lives.
Please view our CEIAG Policy here: CEIAG Policy – September 2021
Careers Leader – Mrs Carroll–Wright (Assistant Headteacher)
Enterprise & Employability Leader – Miss K Goodwin
If you wish to discuss anything relating to your child’s career education, or work experience opportunities please contact the Careers Team using the following details:
Please find the CEIAG Programme here: CEIAG Programme – February 2022
Please find the Careers Booklet here: Careers Booklet – February 2022
Labour Market Information
‘Labour Market Information (LMI) is a useful tool to help you to research future jobs in the local area, understand the skills needed for certain roles and the demand for future employment’
Please find the Labour Market Information here: Labour Market Information
Impact measurement, assessment and destination data. We continually measure and assess the impact of our programme in various ways such as students, parent and tutor surveys, as well as inviting feedback from employers who have been involved in activities. We also use destination data obtained from Post-16 colleges to monitor trend about where our students move onto.
Please view our destination data here:
Provider Access – Baker Clause
Biddulph High School believes in giving further education and higher education training providers the opportunity to talk to students at the school. Please view our Provider Access Policy here: Provider Access Policy Including Baker Clause Statement – September 2021
Work Experience & Employability Encounters
Please view our Work Related Learning & Enterprise Curriculum Policy here: Work Related Learning & Enterprise Curriculum Policy – February 2022
If you would like to discuss anything to do with the Work Experience Programme or have any opportunities you would like promoting please contact:
Unifrog is a complete destinations platform that allows students to search for opportunities and make applications for their next steps: Unifrog
Please visit the National Careers Service Website here: GOV – National Careers Service
A comprehensive careers website with job profiles, outlining: the skills required, main tasks, pay levels and career prospects for hundreds of different jobs. In addition, valuable guidance on the different stages involved in getting a job
Get in Go Far: – a website for anyone wanting to know more about Apprenticeships. The website also has a search facility for job-specific Apprenticeships in a particular area.
Find an Apprenticeship – a website to support searching for local apprenticeships across all levels. GOV – Apply for an Apprenticeship
UCAS – A very helpful website for students thinking of applying to higher education. Also contains valuable information on different options, including Apprenticeships. UCAS