Blessed Robert Sutton is committed to developing the life chances of all students, and aims to encourage and inspire them through a comprehensive programme of CEIAG.
Students participate in a range of activities which include learning about themselves: their personality, strengths and qualities.
Through Curriculum and Character lessons pupils will begin to explore different career options in the modern world and gain an awareness of how they begin to research and plan various career paths.
Careers education is linked to every subject department and are an intrinsic part of the work we do to inspire and motivate students to achieve their very best. In addition to encouraging students to think about and plan their future pathways, CEIAG provides an invaluable opportunity for us to motivate and inspire our young people to really fulfil their potential, it is for this reason that CEIAG is embedded within every key stage, across every subject. As a learning community, we are fully committed to providing the students in our care with the very best educational opportunities, helping guide them to make the best choices with regards to their personal, social and educational development.
All year groups will meet with employers and other outside agencies to gain independent and impartial advice about the options which are best suited to them as individuals. As part of Careers Advice, Guidance and Development, all students receive high quality impartial careers guidance, which help them to make informed choices about which courses suit their academic needs and aspirations.
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As part of Blessed Robert Sutton’s commitment to informing our pupils of the full range of learning and training routes on offer to them, we are happy to consider requests from training, vocational education and apprenticeship providers to speak to students and will also approach these partners ourselves when planning organising key Careers events throughout the school year.