The Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Programme at New Hall School is designed to support students in developing the skills, knowledge and experience that will enable them to make informed decisions about their future career options.  Students learn about the different educational routes available to them, the range of occupations and sectors that make up the labour market and consider how they will manage their own career in the rapidly changing world of work.

We provide a comprehensive and up to date programme designed to develop the six career management skills that people need to have a positive career, as defined by the Career Development Institute (CDI).   This is achieved through the delivery of the eight Gatsby Benchmarks recommended by the Department for Education.  The Gatsby Benchmarks are a framework for world class careers provision based on significant international research.

For more information go to:

Core Programme
Careers Team
Measuring Impact

Post 14 Options

Post 14 Options

Post 16 Options

Post 16 Options

Post 18 Options

Post 18 Options

Careerometer – Labour Market Information

Finding reliable information about the local and national labour market is vital in a rapidly changing world of work.  Accurate and up to date information helps students to understand the skills needed for certain roles and the demand for future employment.

The LMI for All Careerometer is a useful tool that provides good quality information to help students make informed decisions about future jobs and career paths.

Interested in a few different career areas and want to see how they compare side by side? This tool from the LMI for All website (Labour Market Information) enables students to compare up to three jobs and research how much they pay, what the day-to-day duties might be and whether there will be many job opportunities available in this career area in the future!

Simply click on the three dots and type in the role/career and select from the drop-down list.

Careers in the Curriculum

At New Hall School all staff are committed to bringing their subject to life for our students.  This enables them to develop a greater understanding of how the skills and knowledge they develop in lessons can lead to different career pathways.  Some of the ways we do this are by:

  • Inviting speakers into school
  • Promoting employability skills during lessons such as teamwork, communication, and leadership
  • Discussing careers in lessons so that students understand how their subjects lead to different careers
  • Setting work related tasks to broaden students’ understanding of how their lessons link to the world of work
  • Creating displays within each Department to promote career pathways and raise aspirations

To explore different careers related to subjects, explore the booklet below: