Careers Information, Advice and Guidance (CIAG)

At Theale Green School, it is our aim that our students are prepared for the next stage in their lives.


We know how important employers view strong employability skills. Our career programme has been designed to make our students aware of real working life, motivating them to achieve their goals. It is our responsibility to support our students by not only giving advice to make the right decision, but also by providing them with independent information, and teaching them interpersonal and management aptitudes, which are crucial skills when starting a career. We will draw on the eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance which include:

  1. A stable careers programme of various careers and professions
  2.  Learning from career and labour market information
  3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
  4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
  5. Encounters with employers and employees
  6. Experiences of workplaces
  7. Encounters with further and higher education
  8. Personal guidance


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Theale Green School have an employability website – please click here to view 

Our Careers Overview can be found here.

Our Careers Link at Theale Green School is Dr Anne Richards, 0118 930 8592

The majority of our students will have the opportunity to undertake work experience. This will take place either in year 10 or in year 12.

Labour Market Information

You can view the Labour Market Information here.

Job opportunities in the Berkshire economy (Thames Valley Berkshire)

Useful links:

How2Become produces innovative and insightful products to help guide students through recruitment processes, entry level tests and academia.  They produce useful career guides and psychometric testing books, their catalogue is available here:

We are grateful for the donation of careers books from How2Become for our learning resource centre.

Careers Information – Sixth Form

Apprenticeships (

Careers guide for parents ​​​​​​​(Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development)

Writing a CV & cover letter (

Interview tips (