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Woodbridge High School

Woodbridge High School

Careers Guidance

At Woodbridge High school we are committed to providing students with a range of opportunities throughout their education journey that will prepare them for the world of work. We aim to empower students and equip them with the skills and knowledge to investigate, research and enter their chosen career on the appropriate pathway for their individual needs.

The CIEAG programme offers advice, information and guidance to all learners to raise aspirations and support students on the pathway to success in further education, higher education or employment. Woodbridge High School is dedicated to achieving The Gatsby Benchmarks through a well-planned careers programme suitable for all student’s needs.

CIEAG Programme
At Woodbridge High School we have a whole school approach to careers with pastoral and curriculum support of the programme.  We are members of the Learning Enterprise Advisor Network which provides excellent opportunities for students to visit employers, colleges and apprenticeship providers as well as attend bespoke workshops and guidance sessions.

The programme Woodbridge High School has developed gives students the opportunity to access impartial advice and guidance from a broad range of providers. 

To view our careers programme please click on the button below:


Mrs Daisy Miah- Head of Careers
Ms Rebecca Tann  - Careers Events
Ms Liz Griffiths - Careers Work Experience
Mr Kwaku Coker - Careers Administrator
Ms Amelie Annee - Assistant Headteacher
Contact the CIEAG Team:

WHS Provider Policy
Please ensure you read Woodbridge High Schools policy on provider access to see what opportunities might be suitable for your company/institution below.

If you have an opportunity that is suitable for our students and would like to discuss it further then please contact Mrs Daisy Miah at or via telephone on 0208 504 9618.

Any students or teachers requiring further information or support with our careers programme should contact Mrs Daisy Miah. 

Careers Information
In order to enhance our careers provision, we use a universal destinations platform called Unifrog. All students should have an Unifrog login and be able to access it at home as well as during careers time in school. On this platform there is information on career pathways, local institutes, courses, universities, apprenticeships and all careers.

In my role as a Youth Liaison Ambassasdor for QA Apprenticeships I get to visit a lot of schools. I just wanted to comment on how engaged I found the students at Woodbridge. They came across as mature, polite and grateful for the opportunity to receive career advice.          
Sarah Curtis, QA Apprenticeships.

The students I interacted with at Woodbridge are an engaged and lively bunch. They listened and participated well in the sessions I delivered.”   
Inspiring the Future

Students were very engaging, asked lots of interesting questions exploring opportunities within engineering/robotics/technology in the future.