Effective Information Advice and Guidance is at the heart of enabling students to make informed, realistic and career shaping choices.
- A dedicated team of teaching and support staff
- Award winning career provision
- A wide selection of resources
- Regular opportunities to attend events and activities.
Here at Wardle Academy, we have a dedicated team to ensure that every student has the opportunity to explore their options and receives the guidance to make decisions that are right for them. With so many resources available, it can be difficult to understand and appreciate the provisions that are available for young people.
A Smooth, Well-Informed and Effective Provision for Young People
Wardle Academy works hard to create a smooth and effective set of systems that both inform and support students on the range of options that available to them. We begin our career resources and support to students in Years 9, 10 and 11. This way, students have plenty of time to further understand and experience the choices that are available to them.
Our careers provision and processes have resulted in a number of successful students in a range of apprenticeships further study options. In 2015, Wardle Academy achieved the Inspiring IAG Gold award. The Inspiring IAG Gold Award is a nationally validated careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) quality award that is given to schools that meet the range of criteria, focusing on quality, diversity and raising the aspirations of young people.
The award not only enables organisations to be recognised for good quality careers education, information, advice and guidance but to also assists in meeting legislation, preparing for inspection and providing a better service to young people. Inspiring IAG was one of the first awards in the country to be nationally validated by The Quality in Careers Standard (QiCS) which is the overarching national standard that endorses CEIAG quality awards meeting the national validation criteria.
Get In Touch
For any students or staff that would like more careers information and advice, please contact the school’s careers mentor, Mrs Davies-Kenny, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.