We strongly believe that high quality CEIAG is crucial in order to enable all learners to meet their full potential. Matthew Moss has a strong track record of success with its CEIAG programme, as demonstrated by its consistently outstanding 'destination' data.

The CEIAG Team

The CEIAG provision in school involves all staff but our dedicated team are:

If you wish to contact the My Future Team please call school on 01706 632910 or email myfuture@mmhs.co.uk

What is CEIAG? And Raising the Participation Age.

Did you know all learners must now remain in learning until their 18th birthday?

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) programmes make a major contribution in preparing young people for opportunities, responsibilities and experience of life after Year 11. They help young people make decisions and manage transitions as learners and workers. It is vital that all 11-16 year olds have the knowledge and skills they need to make informed choices. We strive at all times to conform to the current "best practices" in Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance laid down by the government.

Click on the link above for further information and see how MMHS compares to other schools.


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As of February 2015, 98.3% of the Year 11 class of 2014 were classed as Participating in learning. The highest percetage of any school in the borough

What we do.

Matthew Moss strives to provide high quality CEIAG to all students to prepare them for their future.

Our unique careers programme is designed to meet the needs of all students at MMHS and to provide new experiences. The CEIAG Provision is differentiated and personalised to ensure progression through activities that are appropriate to students' stages of career learning, planning and development.

Learners get the opportunity to take part in:

  • Workshops
  • College based learning
  • Career guidance activities
  • University master classes
  • Group work
  • Speakers
  • Individual interviewers
  • Other outside agency involvements
  • Work experience

See Careers policy

Our Code of Practice & IAG Award

Matthew Moss High is working towards the Inspiring IAG Gold Award. The aim of the award is to:

  1. Ensure young people get the support they need to make well informed, realistic decisions about their future through careers education, information, advice and guidance.
  2. Have appropriate, up to date, accurate and impartial information and resources that all young people can access regardless of race, gender, religion, ability, disability, social background or sexual orientation.
  3. Ensure the organisational policies relating to careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) are up to date and regularly reviewed and reflect this code of practice.
  4. Empower young people by informing them of how they can access CEIAG to help them plan their future and make well informed, realistic decisions.
  5. Offer all young people access to impartial and independent careers guidance by a qualified guidance professional, at a time and place that suits their needs.
  1. Ensure that all staff working with young people are offered and access ongoing training about qualifications/progression pathways and other relevant subjects.
  2. Work in partnership, where appropriate, with opportunity providers including employers, FE and training providers, and youth support services.
  3. Working with parents/carers to offer them information, advice and guidance to help them, help their son/daughter.
  4. Involve young people in the design, delivery and evaluation of CEIAG programmes.
  5. Promote equality of opportunity, celebrating diversity, challenging stereotypes and raising aspirations.

Inspiring IAG is a quality award which focuses on careers education, and/ or information, advice and guidance (CE/IAG). It is for all organisations that work with young people; schools, colleges, and other learning providers. Matthew Moss has achieved Level 3, the full Gold standard IAG award, the highest level awarded.


Open days and application deadlines 2016/2017

Click below for all updates on Open evenings and application deadlines for a variety of colleges and Sixth forms. We highly recommend students attend several open evenings of different providers to get a balanced view.

Please note: further colleges may be accepting applications via the UCAS Progress “Search and Apply” system. Participating colleges will be confirmed by October 1st 2016. All information correct as of September 2016

Positive Steps is a registered charity that provides career guidance services in Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside. We also provide an Employment & Skills Service and a range of other support services for young people, adults and families.