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Broadwater School

Careers welcome

Welcome to Careers at Broadwater School

Our principles Work Hard; Be Kind; Make a Difference are instilled into our culture and refected in our Careers provision. Broadwater students are encouraged to widen their knowledge and focus their ambition giving them the self-confidence to aspire higher and to make secure choices for their future.

The designated Careers Lead at Broadwater School is Mrs Turpin, who works closely with staff and outside agencies, local further and higher education providers, Enterprise M3 and our link Career Enterprise Adviser. This ensures a wide experience for our students. Mr Nathan Smith-Rogers (Deputy Headteacher and member of the senior leadership team) oversees Careers at strategic level.

There are assemblies hosted by local colleges, universities and apprenticeship providers, sessions devoted to careers education, encounters with employers, and access to independent career advice.

The Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) programme is progressive for students in years 7 to 11 and follows the eight Gatsby benchmarks as recommended by the government. 

If you have any questions related to careers education at Broadwater School, please telephone the school office or email Sonya Turpin at

Interviews, Career Events, Activities Programme 

Our Careers Policy / Provider Access Statement and Intent, Implementation and Impact Report can be found in the documents below and will be updated March 2024.

School Careers Leads: Mr Nathan Smith-Rogers: 01483 520653 and  Mrs Sonya Turpin: 01483 520622

Work Experience coordinator: Mrs S Thompson 01483 414516

Measuring Impact

Following all events we ask students, teachers and external speakers for their feedback so we can continuously review our careers provision. If you have any comments or suggestions or would like to provide a careers talk please email your comments to

Destinations data

An evaluation of the destinations our students go on to can be accessed HERE