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School Liaison

At Capital City College Group we are dedicated to ensuring students across London have the information they need to make informed decisions about their future.

We can visit your school to provide support and guidance on the many post-16 options available to students when they leave school.

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We can provide your students with opportunities to access:

  • Information about CCCG and the qualifications or apprenticeships that we offer.
  • Information about the careers you can achieve with our qualification and apprenticeships, including the employers we work with.
  • Helping students understand life at CCCG
  • Q&A with students

Our activities are designed to help schools meet the Gatsby Benchmarks, through a coherent framework of events, career advice and guidance and curriculum expertise we offer the following activities to all year 8-11 students:

  • Assemblies
  • Application Sessions
  • Attendance at careers fair, parents evening, option evenings and other post-16 progression events
  • Career advice session
  • Taster sessions
  • Campus tours

If you are happy to share the details of your Heads of Year for years 8-11 – we can contact them directly to organise activities for your students.

We can tailor the activities to suit the needs of your school. If you would like to discuss how we can support you, please contact schoolliaison@capitalccg.ac.uk

Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

We have a programme of activities we can deliver to your school to ensure your students are supported and informed about their future options. Through our strong links with local employers and external institutions, we can help you develop your students’ knowledge and understanding of potential progression routes and the world of work.Our activities are designed to support schools meet the Gatsby Benchmarks.

The Gatsby Benchmarks

1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance

You can view the full programme of CEIAG sessions here.

Parents evenings

Our careers and curriculum team can support your parent events with information, advice and guidance on life at college as well as hands on activities where appropriate.


Flexible for a range of year groups, assemblies are often the first introduction to college life for a student. These short sessions are a great starting point to excite and engage students in finding out more about a range of career and educational options.

Career Events

We are delighted to attend any of your career events to meet and advise students on Further Education, (school leavers), Higher Education (university level) and Apprenticeships. Our resources will illustrate the exciting courses we offer. The connection we make with your students is important to us and we will ensure the relationship continues after the event with invitations to our open evenings.

Taster Days and College Visits

We would love to invite you to one of our Taster Days and are happy to offer a taster day package bespoke to you and your students. Our subject staff are on hand to deliver interactive taster sessions and you are also welcome to select any of our engagement activities to be delivered on the day. We are happy to arrange separate Taster Days if you have specific requirements.

See our full list of Taster Sessions here.

Spotlight Events

We are hosting a series of Spotlight events focusing on our vocational and creative industry subjects to give students the opportunity to get a taste of different subjects and help them decide which course is right for them.

Check out Westminster Kingsway College (WestKing)’s Spotlight events here.

For more information or to book one of the above sessions please email Jack Dewhurst at schoolliaison@capitalccg.ac.uk or visit us at one of our open days.

Key stage 4 provision

Our colleges offer both one day per week ‘day release’ courses from Entry Level to Level 2 along with full time alternative provision courses. We interview each student so that we can advise and guide them to the right course for them.  

Students can choose subject areas according to their interests, abilities, and intended career aims. An individual learning plan is prepared and carried out within well-equipped workshops and classrooms. Click here to find out more.

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