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Careers Education at Crompton House

Our school our ‘Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Policy’ (last updated January 2018 and reviewed annually) provides full details of careers provision at Crompton House.  All students from Year 7 to 13 have direct access to careers guidance via a range of opportunities:

  • Careers related lessons
  • Personal mentoring and guidance
  • Access to independent advice from our Positive Steps advisor
  • Careers Enterprise projects
  • Independent Online resource and guidance:
  • Careers information within our school library.
  • Further useful online support is available from the following links:


      If you want to find out more information about our careers programme or login access details for the online START resources, please contact the Deputy Head ( Tel: 01706 847451 ext 257.

      Our Positive Steps careers adviser is :  Adele Fraser who can be contacted via the school on extension 263, by email;, or via Positive Steps on 0161 621 9300.  Adele is in school on ….. (list days) and her office is located in the Sixth Form Centre.

      Provider Access Statement Introduction 

      This policy statement sets out the school’s arrangements for managing the access of providers to pupils at the school for the purposes of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer. This complies with the school’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education Act 1997.
      Management of provider access requests 

      Opportunities for access 

      Our provision (see Appendix 4 CEIAG map) includes various opportunities for students to access a range of events. These are integrated into the schools careers programme and curriculum and are, therefore, delivered internally with contribution from external providers where appropriate. 


      Local providers are invited to key relevant events e.g. Careers Fairs. External providers interested in coming into school should contact Mr J.Banks, Assistant Head (Curriculum & Personal Development) via email: to discuss the nature of the visit and identify the most suitable opportunity. 
      The school policy on safeguarding sets out the school’s 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 for display in our school Learning Zone – careers resources section. The Learning Zone is available to all students at lunch and break times.