A young person’s career reflects upon the progress they make in education and work. It is part of the vision and mission of Thrybergh Academy that all learners access a planned programme of activities to help them choose pre- and post-16 pathways that are right for them, as well enabling them to manage their careers, sustain employability and achieve personal and economic wellbeing throughout their lives.
Thrybergh Academy acknowledges that it has a duty to provide careers education and to give learners access to impartial careers information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) in Years 7 – 11. We are committed to providing a planned programme for all learners, in partnership with local learning providers, employers, the Local Authority and Early Help (Transitions Service); to provide extra support as required, for vulnerable learners and young people with learning difficulties and disabilities.
The Academy endeavours to follow best practice guidance from careers professionals, following the Gatsby Benchmarks, National Careers Service, Statutory and non-statutory guidance, expert bodies such as Ofsted, and Government departments.
Thrybergh Academy is committed in working towards and exceeding local or national quality for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance.
The Academy CEIAG policy is currently under review and will be published shortly. If you would like to know more about this policy or any information relating to CEIAG within the academy please contact the Careers Co-ordinator, Tania Ashton-Bray.
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