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Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance, (CEIAG) plays a crucial role in our school, and even more so now, because of the current economic climate and challenges facing our pupils. It makes an important contribution to the education of all students enabling them to make an effective transition from school to adulthood and employment. Mossbourne Community Academy recognises the importance that CEIAG plays in an individual’s education and will therefore provide a range of opportunities for students to learn about the world of work, career pathways, and develop their employability skills. As an Academy we strive to ensure that the decisions our pupils make about their futures are well thought through and informed by CEIAG and, therefore, can increase participation in learning and, in turn, raise attainment and support further progression.
Students at Mossbourne Community Academy are engaged in a programme of Careers Education, Information, Advice, and Guidance (CEIAG) from Year 7 right up to Year 13. They have access to a range of resources and opportunities, and dedicated staff are available to support them. The table linked below outlines the careers activities and who they are offered to. This provision forms part of our stable careers programme. In addition to this, all students in Years 8-13 have the opportunity to receive independent and impartial careers guidance from our Careers Advisors Mr Edwards and Ms Grey – Prospects. There are also additional trips, visits and events that are organised by learning areas each academic year.
To view the core careers education offer for MCA please click here.
How can parents or carers support with CEIAG?
We encourage you as parents and carers, to support your child in making decisions about their future choices. Please use the hyperlinks to the websites that we frequently use with students.
To view your child’s progress Gatsby Benchmarks with careers education log into Grofar
Each child has their Grofar login on the careers page of their planner
Looking for a range of Post 16 providers? Use UCAS Progress to find the most suitable local opportunities
To find out more about a specific job use these links to explore job profiles. If you are not sure about choosing a career pathway use a careers diagnostic test which you will also find on these sites
Here are some frequently used acronyms, keep them in mind while investigating careers OCN Open College Network. OCR Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations.