Mr C Sexton, Director of CEIAG, is responsible for the delivery of CEIAG across WG6. He is also careers coordinator for WGSB. He leads the UCAS application process liaising with form tutors, subject teachers and students to ensure the timely delivery of applications to UCAS and guidance post results. He also oversees the careers guidance to students following alternative routes to university. He ensures the maintenance of up to date information about Higher Education and other career routes including the use of outside speakers. He oversees the work experience process in Y12. He liaises with the Aspire group to ensure delivery of relevant information to gifted and talented students. Mr Sexton oversees the delivery of a number of careers events including Higher Education Convention, Higher Education Evening, Y12 Futures Days and Careers Convention. He oversees the collection and use of destination data. He is responsible for the maintenance of the Investors in Careers award. He produces a weekly careers bulletin for Sixth Formers.
Mrs A McAllister, Careers Coordinator WGSG, is based at the WGSG site to deliver CEIAG to Sixth Form students based at WGSG. She is also the careers coordinator for WGSG and works with Mr Sexton to ensure a closely tied careers experience for students in Years 7-11 across both schools. She administers the work experience process for WGSG girls in Year 11. She administers the Y12 Careers Convention and plays an active part in careers events such as the Higher Education evening. She is also available for consultation at Parents evenings. She liaises with CXK advisor based at WGSG to ensure impartial advice.
There is a Careers Consultant CXK Kent based at WGSG site and offers independent careers advice to students based there.
Mrs J Ward independent careers consultant is based at the WGSB site. She conducts a drop in careers clinic on Thursday lunchtimes when she is in school. She also holds interviews with students that have been referred to her by members of the Sixth Form team or by student self-referral. Mrs Ward works with Mr Sexton to ensure the maintenance of the Investors in Careers award and also plays an active part in school careers events and open evenings. She assists with the gathering of destination data.
Mrs S Riley Senior Sixth Form Administrator. In addition to her Sixth Form administration role, Mrs Riley administers the Year 12 work experience process and the outside speaker programme. She assists with the UCAS application process.
CEIAG Calendar of Event
- September 2015- January 2016 UCAS Applications (Oxbridge, Medical applications by Oct 2015)
- January 2015 Careers Convention (WGSB site). Primarily for Y12 and emphasis on non-university careers routes.
- Stands and seminars for students February 2015 – Higher Education Evening for Parents and Students. Information about university applications
- April 2015 – Higher Education Convention Canterbury. Information for students about higher education. Stands and seminars for students
- June 2015 – Work Experience and Futures Days