Life After School – Careers Information, Education and Guidance
At The Romsey School we work with all our pupils to prepare them for life beyond Year 11, whether that is likely to be in Further Education, Vocational Training or in Employment with Training. Throughout their time in school pupils experience a range of activities which are designed to introduce them to the world of work and help them understand their future options.
Activities take place with each year group chosen to reflect the stage they are at in considering their future plans. Additional information relating to careers and working life is also covered as part of the curriculum in many subject areas.
The Romsey School has a fully qualified and experienced Careers Adviser/Careers Leader - - Miss Jane Phillipps - on site (Monday-Thursday). She is able to offers pupils 1:1 guidance and to meet both pupils and parents for appointments outside normal school hours if this is more convenient. Miss Phillipps can be contacted on (01794) 527049 or email@example.com
The following pages are designed to give you an understanding of how we manage CIEAG at The Romsey School with key information for each year group.
Meet the team...............
Miss J Phillipps
Careers Leader, The Romsey School
I have worked in Romsey School since 1998, and as my role with the Careers Service began to concentrate geographically in this area I was asked by the school to work for them exclusively.
It is unusual for a school to have their own Careers Adviser but for me the benefits are numerous.
I understand how the school works, most pupils know who I am and where to find me and I have been able to build close professional relationships with colleagues over the years which helps us all to support and guide our students.