The CEIAG Team
The Careers Education Information Advice Guidance (CEIAG) provision in school involves all staff but our dedicated team are:
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.
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.
Employers and the wider community!
We are always looking to make links and engage with employers and the wider community to support our delivery of CEIAG.
If you are interested in supporting one of our many careers events and / or would like to offer a visit to your workplace or offer work experience then please get in touch.
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 to ensure progression through activities that are appropriate to students' stages of career learning, planning and development.
Ways you could get involved:
Careers Fair - Does your business offer opportunities for post 16 students? Do you offer apprenticeships and want to talk to our learners about what you offer?
Work experience - Our learners do 1 weeks work experience in the summer term. Could you help offer our learners the chance to gain confidence and skills in your workplace?
Visits - Could you offer a small group of learners a tour of your workplace and talk about what you do?
Exploring Careers event - Do you have an interesting job you would like to talk about with our learners? We run a ‘speed networking event’ and always looking for new people to come along and talk about their various careers.
Speakers - Similar to the exploring careers event but on a smaller scale.
Any other - Have an idea on other ways you can get involved? feel free to contact us.
Contact the Careers team for further information