Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) at Turing House
The careers Lead at Turing House School is Miss Helen
Brennan.Miss Brennan can be reached via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
on 0208 0696100. Click here for further information on the careers Programme 2020/21 parental employer careers welcome
See Mrs Brennan's new cool website here
Our strategy has been developed in line with the DfE document: Careers strategy: making the most of everyone’s skills and
talents (4th December 2017)
We want to create a stronger, fairer society in which people from all
backgrounds can realise their potential. A thriving careers system, that is accessible to everyone, is
at the heart of our focus on social mobility. We must break down the barriers to progress that too
many people in our country face today, and give young people the skills to get on in life. Our careers
strategy will support everyone, whatever their age, to go as far as their talents will take them and
have a rewarding career. - The Rt Hon Anne Milton MP Minister of
State for Apprenticeships and Skills and Minister for Women
CEIAG has a focus on six attributes, skills or actions needed to achieve
career goals and aspirations. The six areas can be nicely organised into the word ‘Career’:
- Consider your interests, your strengths, and
- Ambition: The sky’s the limit.
- Research what you need to get there (GCSEs, A levels, a
degree, professional qualifications?);
- Enterprise: Grasp opportunities that could enhance
- Excitement: Passion for your dreams and reading around
the subject are important;
- Responsibility: Work hard, ask questions and discuss
with anyone that will listen.
- Careers advice page, which brings
together some of the best information about progression routes and careers.
We are aware that the job market is forever evolving so if you ever see a gap
in our provision please contact us.