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St Clement's

High School

Careers/Apprenticeship Opportunities


Careers Leader: Ms S Wagstaff
Telephone Number:  01553 828648



Rationale for Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
CEIAG makes a valuable contribution in the preparation of students for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life by enabling them to make informed choices for post 16 education and training facilitating a successful transition from mainstream education to further education and employment. Key student outcomes:

· Supported to achieve their full potential

· Empowered to plan and manage their futures

· Provided with comprehensive information on all options

· Aspirations raised

· Equality, diversity and social mobility promoted and stereotypes challenged

· Enabled to access Post 16 opportunities that will allow them to sustain employability and achieve personal and economic wellbeing throughout their lives

Purpose of Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
St Clement’s High School is committed to the provision of career learning and development enabling it to fulfil its statutory obligations and meet the eight Gatsby Benhcmarks. It supports the school’s overall vision and is linked to the Whole School Development Plan. Governors and senior leaders have a key role in developing and approving the policy and this process ensures a high profile and a secure place for CEIAG within the school curriculum. As a school we plan to fully meet the eight Gatsby Benchmarks by July 2020.

Commitment of Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
St Clement’s High School is committed to providing all students a comprehensive, planned programme of careers based education activities and experiences throughout their whole school life. Year 8 and Year 11, being key transition points, provide opportunities to access impartial information, advice and guidance to enable informed choices to be made, To maximise the benefits for the students, St Clement’s is committed to a whole school approach involving parents, carers, external providers, employers and other local agencies.

Careers Leader: Ms S. Wagstaff
Careers leaders are responsible and accountable for the planning and delivery of the agreed school programmes. This role works closely with our Head of KS3 and Head of Year 11 to ensure effective provision across all year groups. All parents and carers are able to contact Ms. Wagstaff directly on the email


Careers and Apprenticeships

Careers and Apprenticeship  opportunities can be viewed on the HelpYouChoose website ( and also on the Archant Jobs24 site ( – look under Job Search by Type: All Apprentice Jobs.