Here is our careers programme for young people, teachers, parents and employers. With our programme of activities, Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and Work-related Learning (WRL), Thomas More Catholic School will help all of our pupils and sixth form students including those with SEND or with EAL to take their place in society as well qualified, well informed members of society.

Our goal is to raise aspirations and achievement of all pupils and to give them the skills, personal qualities, qualifications, knowledge and presentation skills to access the best careers for lifelong career, learning and fulfilment.

These activities and events are unbiased, impartial and based on the individual needs of each pupil. We provide a stable programme, that meets individuals’ needs working in partnership with local employers, further education providers parents, carers and teachers.

Our Careers Team:

Mrs Grant Governor with an interest in Careers.

Mrs Grant has industry experience in Human Resources. She has completed the Careers Induction for Governors through the Careers and Enterprise Company.

Ms Syal is the Senior Leader line managing Careers and completing quality assurance.

Mrs D Kirven is our onsite Careers Advisor qualifying with the Open University.

We summarise our careers programme that includes the learning intentions and activities provided for each year group. We encourage regular feedback on the careers programme from students, parents, teachers and employers. This will feed back into all school development plans for the school to make evaluation and improving the programme to meet the needs of the students easier.

A note to parents:

If you are interested in coming in to do a careers talk, please do email We would be very happy to hear from you.

A note to teachers:

Please note that we value our staff at Thomas More and our Alumni pupils and staff. Please get in touch via Our pupils would find your work experiences extremely useful.

We welcome feedback about our careers provision from pupils, parents, employers, governors and teachers.

Learning Journeys for subjects.