Careers Guidance

At St Paul’s Way Trust and Foundation School, we aspire for all our graduates to progress into a career that is tailored to their personal ambitions and which allows them to realise their full potential. We recognise the importance of teaching a broad and balanced curriculum that offers students the academic currency needed to progress in their careers, as well as offering a programme of extra-curricular support that ensures they develop clear, ambitious and realistic plans for the future.

The school aims to:

Promote a culture in which students at SPWT are actively encouraged to link their learning to the world of work and future careers

  • To ensure that all students at SPWT feel supported in progressing onto a career that is tailored to their personal ambitions and allows them to realise their full potential
  • To encourage all staff to be proactive in supporting students by embedding IAG into the curriculum and through a programme of extracurricular support
  • To empower parents and carers to support their children with IAG and equip them with knowledge of the most current post 16 and post 18 options
  • To engage with business links and the wider community, particularly through corporate trust partners to support students in contributing to the wider society around them

SPWT welcomes education and training providers to engage with students. The Provider Access Policy offers providers the opportunity to review current opportunities for access. Many of these events will offer providers an opportunity to come into school to speak to and work with students and/or their parents/carers.

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Contact:

Kawtar El Ouaraini - Careers Education and Guidance Manager

Telephone: 020 7987 1883 ext. 131
Email: or

Useful Documents


Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Policy

Provider Access Policy (Careers)

Useful Websites

At SPWT, we encourage students and families to be curious and investigate the best pathway in terms of careers. The websites below are available for further research: