Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

The Department for Education statutory guidance ‘Careers Guidance and Inspiration in Schools’ (April 2017) states: 

  • “schools must secure independent careers guidance for young people .... for all Year 8-13 pupils which is intended to expand advice and guidance for young people so they are inspired and motivated to fulfil their full potential.” 

The Government’s White Paper on Education Excellence Everywhere (March 2016) states: 

  • “education should prepare children for adult life by instilling the character traits and fundamental British values that will help them succeed: being resilient and knowing how to persevere, how to bounce back if faced with failure, and how to collaborate with others at work and in their private lives.”

Please download our CEIAG policy for more information.