Schools and Colleges Accredited with the Mark
What do schools say about the Careers Wales Mark?
"The process involved in working towards the Careers Wales Mark has been extremely helpful. It allowed me to have a bird's eye view of our careers provision in Whitchurch High School, and its impact on all our students; it also supported my future planning in a changing education context. I would recommend the process to anyone involved in preparing young people in developing the necessary skillsets for the world of work."
Paul Morgan, Assistant Headteacher, Whitchurch High School, Cardiff
"We have just completed out re-accreditation of the Careers Wales Mark. The process of achieving the Mark opens your eyes to the amount of Careers and the World of Work Related Education embedded across the Curriculum. Staff, students, parents, governors, employers and of course Careers Wales all working for the same aim, to achieve the best for our students and hopefully put them on the correct pathway."
Margaret Richards, Careers and Progression Co-ordinator, St Teilo's Church in Wales School, Cardiff
"We place the highest priority on preparing pupils for their next step, be it education, training or employment, and we're honoured to receive the Careers Mark in recognition of this. We are also grateful to Careers Wales for their on-gong support with this work."
Carol Edwards, Head Teacher, Ysgol Tir Morfa, Denbighshire