Careers Education and Guidance – Curriculum Leader Mrs Whitefoot
Careers Education and Guidance (CEG) has an absolutely essential role to play in preparing students for the choices, changes and transitions they will encounter as they become adults.
Through effective CEG, our students can explore and understand the world of work, consider their own values and attitudes and learn strategies to cope with the changing demands and expectations, in order that they can realise their full potential. The 2011 Education Act puts a statutory duty on schools to provide careers education and impartial information and advice which promotes the best interest of the individual student.
Ruskin Community High School recognises this duty towards young people and careers provision has been developed accordingly. Furthermore provision is planned around the framework of delivery laid out in the 2009 Statutory Guidance on Impartial Careers Education.
Careers Advice at Ruskin
All students are entitled to receive impartial information, advice and guidance to help them make appropriate pathway and career choices as they progress through their school life.
We offer support and advice to students making subject choices and can also assist with information on long term career aims.
There is a Careers Library section in the School Library, where students are welcome to browse for further information on careers and the world of work. College, Sixth Form and training provider prospectuses are also kept here.
Tel: 01270 560514
Email: email@example.com (please mark for the attention of Mrs Whitefoot)
Careers Link Governor – Prof William Ollier