Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance

We aim to deliver a careers system that will help young people to choose the career which is right for them. We will provide a programme for all our young people of advice and guidance that is stable and delivered by individuals with the right skills and experiences. We will create opportunities for our young people that they have not experienced before and therefore developing their aspirations and horizons. Their learning will be connected to their future and provide them with the skills necessary to make a successful transition to the next stage of their life.

Please click here for the careers programme for young people and their parents.

We will use The eight Gatsby Charitable Foundation Benchmarks to support the delivery of our careers provision:

 1 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will deliver a stable careers programme

2 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will provide learning from career and labour market information

3 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will address the needs of each student

4 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will link our curriculum learning to careers

5 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will provide encounters with employers and employees

6 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will provide experiences of workplaces, at least one a year.

7 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will deliver encounters with further and higher education

8 Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School will provide personal guidance.

The CEIAG team:

A Mawby Assistant Headteacher – Strategic Careers Lead (amawby@boteler.org.uk)

Miss K Hayes – Year 7 Careers lead (khayes@boteler.org.uk)

Mrs L Butcher- Year 8 Careers lead (lbutcher@boteler.org.uk)

Mrs L Butcher – Year 9 Careers  lead (lbutcher@boteler.org.uk)

Mrs Armstrong – Year 10 Careers  lead (aarmstrong@boteler.org.uk)

Mrs A Armstrong – Year 11 Careers lead (aarmstrong@boteler.org.uk)

 

Key stage 4  into  5 transition

We aim for our students to have had access to a successful careers guidance programme and this will be reflected in the numbers of students progressing to destinations such as apprenticeships, technical routes, sixth form colleges, further education colleges, universities or employment

Information relating to Key Stage 5 Education in Warrington:

Priestley College (part of TCAT)

Cronton 6th Form College and Riverside College 

Warrington and Vale Royal College

 

Please click here for the Priestley College presentation

Please click here to see the university destinations of some of our past Boteler students

Please click here for the Policy statement on provider access

Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School by STB