Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance - Are You Ready For Your Future?
Ringmer Academy believes that Careers Guidance and helping young people to plan their futures is a crucial part of our curriuculum and everything we do. Our careers advice and guidance team have developed this website to inform students, parents and carers of the support we provide and how to access other useful advice from the wealth of information out there.
You're never too young to start thinking about your career!
Remember that jobs and careers are changing all the time, and no one can accurately predict what vacancies there might be in the future, what levels of unemployment will be or what our population will be like. The more research and planning you do now, the better prepared you will be for your future. Parents, teachers and friends can all offer their thoughts and help you explore the World of Work, identifying your skills and qualities as you go. But in the end, the final decision will be yours and only you can take the first step to making your dream job become reality.
We are all here to help and these web pages are a great place to start reseraching for the right information.
The CEIAG Team are:
Mrs Clare Baker: CEIAG Team Leader - email@example.com
Mrs Natalie Moorhouse: Careers Curriculum Planning and Delivery - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Paul Burchett: Head of Sixth Form - email@example.com
Mr Jonathan White: Sixth Form Pastoral Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Phil Dean: House Leader with Careers Responsibility - email@example.com
Mr Daniel Du Feu: Senior Leader CEIAG - firstname.lastname@example.org
Do contact any of us if you would like any support with your plans for the future.
Investors In Careers
We are aiming to acheive the full award of Investors In Careers Mark. We acheived the Level 1 award in May 2012 which demonstrates our committment to our students future. Levels 2 and 3 are currently being worked towards. The IIC shows support for: self-evaluation, self-improvement, 14-19 education and skills implementation plan, the Every Child Matters white paper, Student Voice, and the wider curruclum by covering personal development and work-related and enterprise learning. More infomation is available on the Investors in Careers website.