What is CEIAG?
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance programmes make a major contribution in preparing young people for opportunities, responsibilities and experience of life. They help young people make decisions and manage transitions as learners and workers. It is vital that all 11-16 year olds have the knowledge and skills they need to make informed choices. We strive at all times to conform to the current “best practices” in Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance laid down by the government.
Meadows school is committed to providing a planned programme of CEIAG for all students in Years 7-11, in partnership with outside agencies (Colleges, 6th Forms, Apprenticeship providers, Positive Steps and Universities). For this reason we have now signed up to complete the IAG award.
Please see attached our Code of Practice
What is Inspiring IAG Award?
Inspiring IAG has been designed to provide a good practice framework and recognition of high quality Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) for organisations that are providing support services for young people.
It has been written and updated by CEIAG specialists across the ten Local Authority areas of Greater Manchester in consultation with schools, colleges, learning providers, employers and local authority representatives.
Inspiring IAG is a three stage process, Bronze Standard, Silver Standard and Gold Award. Organisations progress through each stage where it is validated and assessed. The process helps organisations to identify areas for development as well as recognising good practice in CEIAG. Six key areas run through each stage of the award, each underpinned by the principles of equality and diversity and raising aspirations.
Management and Leadership
Design and Delivery of CEIAG
Working with Partners
Information and Communication
Outcomes for Young People
Involving Parents and Carers
Meadows school has a strong track record of success with its CEIAG programme, as demonstrated by its consistently good ‘destination’ data, which we are required to monitor as part of our CEIAG policy. The most recent figures for this are as follows:
Meadows school are actively working to achieve the requirements set out in the Gatsby Benchmark by 2020.
Please see attached our career curriculum for 2018-2019.