Career Education at LPW School

At LPW school, our aim is to help students to choose a career that is right for them. We are fully committed to careers education and guidance (CEG). LPW School offers independent, impartial careers advice and guidance regarding education, employment and training to all students.  This is delivered in a number of ways including one to one meetings, visits, inspirational speakers and our employability qualification. Students are able to choose options from across a wide range of academic and vocational courses

 

We employ our very own careers advisor, Nicky Garrett who is a registered practitioner with relevant careers qualifications. Nicky provides careers information, advice and guidance to learners at LPW Independent School and young people we work with in the community who can meet face to face meeting with Nicky, and receive a personal action plan to help them with their post 16 options. Further meetings are available where additional support is required.

 

Year 11 students will have the opportunity for a face to face meeting with Nicky and will receive a personal action plan to help them with their post 16 options. Further meetings are available where additional support is required. You can find our Career Education Information, Advice and Guidance policy (CEIAG) on our Policies Page.

You can find our Career Education Information, Advice and Guidance policy (CEIAG) on our LPW Independent School Policies Page 

If parents/carers/professionals would like more information about career options for their child, please contact the school and we will put you in touch with our in-school Careers Leader, Kate Baynham

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Kate Baynham  
Careers Leader   kbaynham@lpw.org.uk
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Nicky Garrett 
Careers advisor  ngarrett@lpw.org.uk
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Matt Philips  Employability Teacher mphilips@lpw.org.uk

Our named Governor is - Sarah Dunsford