Careers Support & Guidance


Welcome to the careers education, information, advice and guidance area. Here, we will share insights from the career provision at Wilmington Grammar School for Girls (WGSG). Whether you are a parent/carer wanting to be able to support your child to make decisions, a student seeking direction, an employer, or an education or training provider, you will find further information and resources using the filters below, including a summary of our careers programme.

Careers Programme

Career guidance supports our students to make learning choices and plan their futures. Taking a whole school approach, we offer opportunities and inspiration to help students understand how their classroom learning is relevant to the world of work, realise their potential and make good choices about education, training, and work. This takes many forms, including teaching in the curriculum, one-to-one interventions with Careers Advisers, experiential learning, guest speakers from education, training and industry and online services, which are all elements of our careers programme.

We organise work-related learning experiences that allow our students to develop their employability skills and understand the range of career pathways available, complementing our links with employers, colleges, training providers, and universities. Promoting all options equally and improving students’ knowledge of technical pathways helps our students make informed and more confident decisions. Please refer to our provider access statement, which outlines the arrangements for education and training providers to access students.


To ensure we offer the best career guidance available, our activities and events are systematically evaluated by participants, teachers and students to inform future developments. To pursue excellence, we are proud to hold the Investor in Careers award, a national quality standard for organisations that deliver information, advice and guidance that meet the requirements for Ofsted and the ‘Gatsby Benchmarks’.


The next review of the information published on this page will be in January 2025. If you require more information about our careers programme or want to support us, our Careers Leader is Mrs Mandy Dhaliwal who can be contacted on 01322 226351 or by emailing

We hope that you have found this information helpful, please do let us know if you have any thoughts or feedback or can support us by sharing your career journey. Lastly, if you are an alumnus of the school, we would invite you to follow us on LinkedIn.

Best wishes,

Mandy dMrs Dhaliwal, Assistant Head Teacher and Careers Leader




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