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Consilium Academies

The Trust now has 8 Secondary Academies across 3 hubs in the North of England

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The school contact for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) is:

Miss K Barratt (Assistant Headteacher)

Tel: 0161 789 4565
Email: ephs@salford.gov.uk


Consilium Academies are working with their schools to develop appropriate access arrangements which make sure that all our pupils have the opportunity to access a range of opportunities which provide advice and guidance on careers, including academic and technical qualifications and apprenticeships.

Our preference is to provide events which cover all opportunities and allow pupils to receive a balanced approach to career guidance. During this period of development Ellesmere Park High School will allow access to recognised education and training providers to talk to pupils in Years 8-11 about appropriate approved programmes. The provider should email their request to either or the email address on the contact us page of the website, providing a range of dates and an overview of what will be offered. Unless this coincides with a scheduled career event, any additional opportunities will be offered to pupils & their parents at the end of the school day. Providers should be prepared to produce information, flyers and presentations for pupils and parents in advance of the event as well as contact information as the school/trust will not be able to operate as a broker/manage attendance registers etc.

How does the school measure and assess the impact of the careers programme on students?

At EPHS we use the Careers Compass and tracker tool to monitor and evaluate our practice against the Gatsby Benchmarks, collect pupil and employer feedback on CEIAG experiences and monitor NEET figures to assess the impact of our provision.

How you as an employer can help us…

At EPHS, we are committed to the wider Greater Manchester Strategy. 

"That all our young people will successfully transition out of secondary school life ready, equipped for work and life-long learning."

As an employer you can play a significant part in helping us achieve our goal.

If you are interested in providing any of the following, we would be delighted to hear from you. 

  • Work Experience
  • Careers Talks
  • Pupil Mentoring
  • Offering a work place visit
  • Providing Resources/Sponsorship

You can find out more about our careers provision here.

To view a summary of our careers programme for 2019-20 please click here.

To view our CEIAG Policy please click here

To view our Leavers' Data for 2018 please click here


Please use the links below to navigate to the sites for our local Post 16 Education providers.  

You can read about the Post 16 provision in Salford here

For information about STEM Jobs For Tomorrow, click here.

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The National Careers Service provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. There is also guidance on writing CVs using the CV builder.  Both parents and students can contact the National Careers service to speak to an advisor.


Barclays life skills can help students with advice, guidance and how to write a Cv and parents can find out information on how to help their child.

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Below is a list of local further education providers and a link to their website:

Bright Futures
Loreto Sixth Form
St Ambrose Barlow
Salford City College
The Skills Company
Stockport College
Trafford College

Date of the school’s next review of the information published | June 2020