Careers Lead: Mr Peter Sunley
Contact details: 01922 720696,

2022-23 CEIAG Programme
Provider Access Policy

Student Information and resources for Key Stages 3 & 4

Key Stage 3 and 4 Useful Websites and Background information to support your FUTURE
The Value of Work Experience and Volunteering
A-Z careers
National Careers Service
Apprenticeships Information

Student Information and resources for Key Stage 5

Key Stage 5 Useful Websites and Background information to support your FUTURE
University of Birmigham – What to expect at an Open Day
A guide to Apprenticeships
The Value of Work Experience and Volunteering
Psychometric Tests
Tuition fees and Student Loans
Student Finance Guide
Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Labour Market Information

Career and Labour Market Information includes information on future study options as well as information on jobs and the labour market.

Research a range of careers
Black Country Labour Market Information
Labour Market Information Portal
Labour Market Casestudies

Studying in the USA

Top 10 Tips for Advising Students – helping them tell their story
Sutton Trust US Programme
QNuances of US Applications
Financial Aid
Cost Effective US University Options

National Events

National Careers Week
Why study Geography?

Parental Resources

QMGS Sixth Form booklet
Know when your child can leave school
Careers – Parental Guidance resources (1)
Careers – Parental Guidance resources (2)

Did you know as a parent or carer you could support the careers programme in school?

We offer a range of activities across all year groups which you could be a part of such as career talks, mock interviews, skills workshops – If you think you may be able to contribute to the careers programme please contact Mr Sunley the CEIAG Coordinator at

Careers – Subject Links

Within our classrooms QMGS teachers facilitate careers related learning with pupils in a variety of different ways:

  • Inviting external people and guest speakers from Industry, Subject Associations and Higher Education in to support lessons or at subject enhancement events
  • Subject visits
  • Setting work in real life scenarios which expand students’ familiarity with different jobs and roles.
  • Promoting transferable skills such as team working and communication skills
  • Speaking to students about what they want to do when they leave school
  • Asking students to think about what future careers in their subject area might look like

Please use the following links to explore careers linked to the school curriculum.

DT Product Design
Philosophy and Ethics

Links to Employers and Educational Institutions

To support our delivery of careers education we have strong partnerships with a wide range of educational institutions, training providers, apprenticeship providers and employers who contribute to our careers programme through:

● Raising aspirations and increasing motivation – helping young people identify educational and occupational goals
● Demonstrating the relevance of the knowledge and skills learnt in subjects to future opportunities in learning and working
● Demonstrating the links between living, learning and earning
● Providing work enrichment opportunities including guest speakers and curriculum support

If you would like to get involved and help inspire our pupils please contact Mr Sunley the CEIAG Coordinator at for more details of the different opportunities we have available for you to support.