Crompton House School Inspiring FUTURES Curriculum


At Crompton House the CEIAG provision is delivered under the Inspiring FUTURES heading.

Mission Statement

At Crompton House we strive to achieve the best outcomes for all our learners by ensuring they get the support they need to make well informed, realistic decisions about their future through careers education, information, advice and guidance.

We hope to empower our learners by informing them of how they can access CEIAG to help them plan for their future and offer all our young people access to impartial and independent careers guidance.

Through our careers program we work in partnership, where appropriate, with opportunity providers including employers, HE and training providers.  Through our planning live events and child centred reviews we work with parents/carers to offer them information, advice and guidance to help them support their son/daughter.


At Crompton House we believe that students should be appropriately prepared for the choices they make during their education and the choices they make in the future. Students should have an understanding of how their education will prepare them for the world of work. Students should feel confident in making key decisions about educational and career choices and have a clear understanding of the routes to achieve their goal. This preparation should be achieved through a variety of means such as impartial and independent one to ones with a qualified Careers Advisor, careers resources purchased by the school, whole year group and school careers events e.g. careers fairs, careers week and links to employers and Universities.


In response to the updated requirements and expectations of schools published by the DfE in January 2018, below is our Provider Access Statement providing information on all the events and further opportunities available for education and training providers to access all pupils in year 7 to year 13 to provide them with information around  qualifications (including technical education), employment or apprenticeships. 

Provider Access Statement

Our provision includes various opportunities for students to access a range of events. These are mainly integrated into the schools careers programme and curriculum. These events are therefore delivered internally, with contribution from external providers where appropriate.

Students in years 8-13 are entitled to;

    • find out about technical education qualifications and apprenticeships opportunities, as part of a careers programme which provides information on the full range of education and training options available at each transition point.
    • hear from a range of local providers about the opportunities they offer, including technical education and apprenticeships.
    • understand how to make applications for the full range of academic and technical courses.

A provider wishing to request access should contact Jon Banks – Assistant Head or 01706 883905

Opportunities for access

    • Local providers are invited to key relevant events which are integrated into the school careers programme, we will offer providers opportunities to come into school to speak to students and/or their parents/carers.
    • Providers will be expected to meet the school’s safeguarding requirements which can be found in the Safeguarding Policy Statement accessible on the school website.

Each academy’s policy on safeguarding sets out the approach to allowing providers into school as visitors to talk to our students.

    • Once visits have been agreed, the school will provide appropriate rooming to facilitate the visit, along with any equipment requested by the provider, where it is available.
    • Providers are welcome to leave a copy of their prospectus or other relevant course literature. These may be made available to students in Careers section of the school Library.
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