Primary School Pupils Encouraged To Think About Career Options

PUBLISHED: 10:26 20 April 2009 | UPDATED: 10:51 04 May 2010

Ben and Summer with Sam Knightly

Ben and Summer with Sam Knightly

PUPILS from primary schools across East Cambridgeshire have been encouraged to think about their futures at a special careers event. The event, held at The City Of Ely College, attracted more than 600 pupils, who all got the chance to meet and talk to emp

PUPILS from primary schools across East Cambridgeshire have been encouraged to think about their futures at a special careers event.

The event, held at The City Of Ely College, attracted more than 600 pupils, who all got the chance to meet and talk to employers and careers advisors about everything from the different jobs they could do, right through to what subjects they would need to take.

ESP co-ordinator Elaine Offley, said: "We had around 630 pupils at the event so it was certainly a full on day but there was plenty for the kids to get involved with so it went really well."

9300HD0309.Students Ben and Summer with Isle Vetinary Group's Sam Knightley.

Photos: HELEN DRAKE


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