Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

King Solomon recognises that it has a statutory duty to provide impartial and objective Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) to pupils in Years 7 to 11. CEIAG at King Solomon is seen as an integral part of the curriculum, which is available for every pupil. CEIAG enables the pupils to make impartial, informed, balanced and appropriate decisions about many key areas of their future development, progression and career pathways. CEIAG at King Solomon is completely impartial and it enables CEIAG to be delivered in an objective and balanced manner by all staff so that each pupil receives exactly the same opportunities to explore potential pathways. CEIAG is delivered across the curriculum and through our Career Days. We also source independent and impartial CEIAG Advisers to provide additional support for pupils. In addition to this, any advice or guidance given to pupils is personalised and appropriate. We believe that working with outside agencies is an invaluable part of the CEIAG curriculum on offer.

David Dunkley: SLT lead and strategic lead for careers

Aims of CEIAG at King Solomon:

  • To equip pupils with the necessary decision making skills about future progression and their destination when they leave King Solomon.
  • To ensure pupils are well equipped for the next stage of their education, training or employment.
  • To ensure pupils are tracked beyond King Solomon and that they do not become NEET (not in education, employment or training).
  • To ensure all Year 11 pupils have at least one post-16 pathway guaranteed when leaving King Solomon.
  • To ensure pupils have a positive experience of CEIAG.
  • To keep up-to-date with new careers emerging from technological advances.
  • To understand how the ‘world of work’ works.
  • To decrease the possibility of pupils making incorrect transition choices.
  • To give opportunity for maximum exploration of future careers.
  • To provide pupils with current information on courses at Key Stage 3,4 and 5 and which courses are available when they move on to further education.

Year 7

  • Employability Skills with Believe in Young People.
  • Careers Skill Show.
  • Personal Finance and understanding the world of work.

Year 8

  • Careers lessons for all subjects in the PSHCE programme.
  • Thinking Forward – Birmingham University programme.
  • Employability skills in Money and Finance.
  • Careers Fair.
  • Guest speakers and activities.
  • Numerous university visits.

Year 9

  • Careers Fair and interviews.
  • Careers lessons for all subjects.
  • Guest speakers.
  • University Visits.

Year 10

  • Work Experience.
  • Progression Events.
  • Guest speakers.
  • University Visits.
  • Careers lessons for all subjects.
  • Preparing for the Future – Tutor time programme.

Year 11

  • Careers Day.
  • Careers interviews.
  • Guest speakers.
  • University Visits.
  • Inspirational speakers.
  • Careers lessons for all subjects.
  • STEM Visits.
  • Preparing for the Future – Tutor time programme.

Below is a list of useful websites about CEIAG for pupils and parents/carers to explore:



The National Careers Service website contains over 750 job profiles, and each of them give you the essential information you need on what the job involves and how to get into it. The site also has a job market information section about the job situation in your local area and you can also talk to an adviser.




The Future Morph website is designed to show 14- 18 year olds career routes that studying science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) can lead to.