Careers, Information, Advice and Guidance at Park View School aims to inspire young people about the world of work and raise their aspirations for learning and career opportunities. All stakeholders need to appreciate that good careers guidance enables students to make informed decisions whenever choices are open to them. It helps them to understand about the world of work and to know what skills they need to succeed. It is important for social mobility, helping to open our students’ eyes to careers or choices they may not have considered and it is our collective responsibility.
Our CEIAG Vision
At Park View School we know that it is never too soon for our students to start developing the skills needed to be self-confident, engaged and aspirational individuals. We understand and value the importance of preparing our children for the next stage in their education and beyond that, the world of work. We have high expectations of our student’s conduct, behaviour, attendance and attitude, ensuring that all students develop the attributes and positive character traits that employers today demand.
Our students will be supported to develop ambitious aspirations and in time, consider a wide range of further study and career opportunities. We will inspire our students through real-life contact with the world of work, to help them to understand where different choices can take them in the future and to become excited about what lies ahead.
We are determined that our students are not restricted by circumstances, location, or gender. We work hard across school and in all lessons to challenge all forms of stereotyping to ensure that boys and girls from all backgrounds and diversity groups genuinely believe they can take on any career. Our role is to secure a bright future for all of our students and to support them to make well informed, ambitious choices.
For further information on Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance, please contact Ms Hannah Keighley (Head of Sixth Form and Careers Leader) : [email protected] or Mrs Sam Raine (Head of Futures), [email protected]