To ensure all young people who enter the Wigston Academies Trust are given sound Careers, Enterprise, Information, Advice and Guidance to improve life and work chances. Young people are exposed to the different sectors, occupations and organisations with future employment opportunities.
To give Careers Education, Enterprise, Information, Advice and Guidance to the young people of the Wigston Academies from Year 7 through to Year 13. To increase meaningful encounters with business organisations for Year 7 through to Year 13.
1. To provide meaningful encounters with business organisations. Embed CEIAG through the Trust.
2. Ensure every student leaving Wigston Academies Trust is in employment, education and or training.
3. To increase and develop CEIAG for all students; to support subject choice in preparation for their future career pathways.
4. Raise aspirations and capitalise on opportunities for our students for Wigston Academies Trust.
This is underpinned by LMI (Labour Market Intelligence) information.
For further information about the Careers Programme at Wigston College and Wigston Academy contact Natasha Box (Assistant Headteacher – CEIAG) on 0116 288 1611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Measuring the Impact of the Careers Programme
We constantly measure and assess the impact of the careers programme on the students. Below is the Compass tracker for Wigston College and Wigston Academy.
Click here to view the Compass tracker for Wigston Academy
Click here to view the Compass tracker for Wigston College
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Letters to students and parents about National Careers Week DFE
To coincide with National Careers Week 2022, Michelle Donelan, Minister of State for Further and Higher Education, is writing to students and parents about the education, training and work choices available to young people after they finish their GCSEs and once they turn 18.
Please share this letter through your school’s communication channels with every student in years 9 – 13, as appropriate, and their parents, carers and guardians this week.
Open the letter to students