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CIAG (Careers)


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At Martin High School learners will receive access to:

  • Independent and impartial career guidance
  • Guidance on Key Stage four and Key Stage five opportunities
  • Access to a qualified Career Guidance Practitioner
  • A structured, broad, balanced careers programme in Years 7-11 that is integrated into the curriculum within the school
  • Information to allow the learners to make well informed choices and decisions
  • Careers fayres in Year 9 and Year 11 with a range of providers offering advice on apprenticeships as outlined in the Governments ‘Post-16 Skills plan’ 2017.
  • Our careers library is fully stocked with the latest college, school and technical qualification prospectus so that learners can research careers and future pathways independently at break, lunchtimes and afterschool.

We provide opportunities for learners to attend various events throughout the year which helps to enhance their career guidance experience. These include ‘The Skills Show’ Birmingham as well as collaborative experience days at local schools and colleges.  Throughout the year we provide career specific assemblies and presentations.

Providers wishing to present at assemblies or at Martin High School careers fayres should email Mrs. Kinsey to arrange access. Access will be granted to events listed in the school calendar for that academic year in question, if sufficient notice is given. This is normal 10 school days in advance.

Providers will have access to a hall with a seating capacity of 200 and computer, projector and sound equipment. Requests for additional resources may be submitted by providers but approval cannot be guaranteed.