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Key Stage 4

How Students in Key Stage 4 engage with CEIAG

Year 10

Encouraging students to explore the wide range of opportunities available for the next steps of educational and future careers

  • Careers advisor drop in every Tuesday & Wednesday
  • 1:1 meetings for those in most need & 1:1 at Parents’ Evening and targeted meetings
  • Careers during lunch & SCHOLAR time
  • Curriculum opportunities / website
  • Careers Fair every October & May
  • BBC Bitesize workshops i.e filming for Careers Week
  • Employability workshops
  • Campus visits – MMU
  • High Education mentoring
  • College taster sessions – local college and providers e.g. FC United/Connell College
  • College assemblies from local providers

Year 11

Preparing for the next steps out into the world 

  • Careers advisor drop-in every Wednesday
  • Careers during SCHOLAR time
  • College assemblies from local providers
  • Apprenticeship assemblies
  • 1:1 careers interview with careers advisor.
  • College Open Day visits
  • Personal statements in SCHOLAR time
  • Application form workshops
  • Online work experience offer
  • Curriculum trips and visits
  • Revision skills sessions
  • Campus visits – MMU 
  • College application drop-ins
  • Careers Fair – signposted options/mock interviews
  • Revision skills sessions in SCHOLAR time 


The guide below is full of hints and tips on how candidates can work their way through registering, searching and applying for jobs on the Apprenticeship vacancy website.

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Cedar Mount Academy
Gorton Education Village
50 Wembley Road, Gorton, Manchester, M18 7DT