The CEIAG Co-ordinator and the Heads of Schools plan and prepare the Careers resources and support those staff that help to deliver it. The CEIAG Co-ordinator ensures that the resources are reviewed regularly and updated with up-to-date information.
All pupils have access to CEIAG as part of the curriculum. The programme is mainly delivered in PSE lessons.
Amy Marshall also provides impartial information, advice and guidance on education, training, employment and personal development opportunities. Lunch time drop in is every Wednesday for one hour whereby any student can call in to see her for guidance when necessary, and this is promoted regularly.
In order to inform you of how Amy Marshall works with the students during their time at Urmston Grammar School, the key current provision is summarised on the Careers Programme below.
SEN, LAC and Other Groups of Vulnerable Students
Extra provision is made available to support students with additional needs with their future plans and to manage transition stages and liaison with the Local Authority (Trafford Council) occurs when necessary