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Our Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance ambassador is based at the purple and grey desk in the CEIAG area and is there to help students with information and guidance on careers and education.

Click here to read TCA's CEIAG strategy for 2018/19 and our 2018/19 CEIAG delivery plan.

We deliver high-quality, individual CEIAG advice and guidance across key stages 3, 4 and 5. This includes quality work experience opportunities in years 10 and 12.

We are very proud to have been named as a partner school under The University of Cambridge’s HE partnership. For more information click here.

Several of our students attended a Higher Education Getaway at the University of East Anglia - read more about it by clicking here.

Useful documents:

Information booklet for Year 11 families

Parents'/carers' guide to career education and guidance

Guide to using Kudos careers search programme


UCAS Progress

On this website students can search, find out about and compare courses at schools, academies, colleges and work-based learning providers.


Youthoria is the Youth Support Service website for young people in Cambridgeshire. On the website students can find information and advice on courses and work.

Help from the National Careers Service

Students can speak to advisers from the National Careers Service seven days a week via telephone, webchat, email or text.


icould tells students the inside story of how careers work. It includes case studies of people discussing their career paths, as well as articles and videos.


HelpYouChoose is the information, advice and careers guidance website for young people in Norfolk. - The university and college open day directory


Vicky Read is the Level 6 qualified careers leader.

Jess Smith is the Senior Leadership Team link.