Careers Guidance for Teachers & Support Staff

Careers Guidance can:

  •  Inspire students by identifying a careers direction to work towards.
  • Widen the student’s horizons, challenges stereotype and raises expectations.
  • Provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make a successful transition to the next stage of their life.

Careers in the Curriculum can:

  • Inspire students by identifying a careers direction to work towards.
  • Can motivate students to gain the grades they need for their chosen careers or plan the steps that they need in order to achieve their aims.
  • Can engage students in their studies by demonstrating how subjects at school related to employability skills and future opportunities.


CEIAG supports social mobility by improving opportunities for all young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds and those with special educational needs and disabilities.

It is important that students leave school aware of themselves as individuals, aware of the opportunities available to them and able to make some decisions about their own life. They should be prepared for the transition from full time education to the world beyond.


Students and parents/carers are also able to make use of Kudos in order to assist with career choices.

This is a computer Aided Guidance Programme that The Arnewood School purchases from an independent company who specialise in the provision of high-quality careers guidance resources. Kudos helps to generate careers ideas and is useful in Year 8 and 9 for checking subject requirements, Year 10 for identifying potential work experience ideas and Years 11, 12 and, 13 for careers information and forward planning and can be accessed in school or at home.

To register online you will need to enter the Schools license code which may be obtained from the following: Main school reception, School Librarian or Careers Adviser.

All students are welcome to book a careers appointment with the schools Careers Adviser for an impartial one to one session and parents/carers are welcome to attend. Students can ask their Tutor or the school Receptionists to book an appointment and parents are invited to contact the Careers Adviser Mrs Melanie Bennett on 01425 625400 or email

External Support Services open for young people and parents/carers

Help if you are struggling to get into work, education or training

Freephone: 0800 515819

It’s Your Choice offers help for young people in the New Forest by providing confidential and free advice, support, guidance, and advice

Information on apprenticeships and how to apply

Finding employment and searching for jobs

Freephone: 0800 100 900

We provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work