Careers Education, Independent Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

Westminster Academy is committed to providing high quality educational opportunities that enhance academic qualifications and prepare students with the skills and knowledge to go on to successful and fulfilling careers.

Our CEIAG programme ensures that all students have regular access to a wide range of employers and training providers. We equip students with the research skills to access diverse information, advice and guidance; all of which allows them to make informed decisions to ensure they are successful lifelong learners at Westminster Academy and beyond.

Provision is tailored to each year group, ensuring students receive relevant support for their stage of education. Year 10 students spend two weeks completing internship placements, while Year 11 and Year 13 all receive comprehensive support in deciding on their next steps, and in applying for university, apprenticeships or further education.

The impact of CEIAG provision at Westminster Academy is continually evaluated through tracking each student’s exposure to events, regular feedback from student voice, internal and external data on students’ destinations, usage statistics on our careers portal, and other methods as applicable.  

Further details of our provision can be found in our CEIAG policy.

 

Are you an employer, training provider or educational establishment?

We are keen to work in partnership with further education providers, apprenticeship providers, universities and employers, to give our students access to assemblies, workshops, workplace visits, mentoring programmes and many other schemes.

Expressions of interest should be sent to the Careers Lead, Ms Paula Bull at p.bull@westminsteracademy.org.uk or via 020 7121 0600.

Further details of the criteria under which organisations will be given access to students, along with our available facilities can be found in Annex A of our CEIAG policy, in accordance with Section 42B of the Education Act 1997.