Archbishop Temple School helped pupils to consider their future choices with their annual Careers and Options Evening on Tuesday 7 February.Advertisement
The evening gave pupils, along with their parents, the chance to discover their next stepping stone with a range of guests visiting to help them along the way.
The children were able to see what future options they may be able to take after their high school journey comes to an end.
Employers, training providers, college and university representatives teamed up with the school’s sponsor, Suresite Group, to help support the event.
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The exhibitors included Alstom, the Army Careers Service, BAE Systems plc, Cardinal Newman College, Chorley Building Society, Concept 4, CREATE Education Project, CSC, Edge Hill University, GBS Technology Solutions, Hutton Grammar, Lancaster Girls Grammar School, Myerscough College, the NHS, North Lancs Training Group, Lancashire Police, RAF, Royal Bank of Scotland, Runshaw College, Suresite Group, UCLAN, United Utilities, VL Lancs, careers adviser Vic Ficorilli and Carl Sebastian.
The guests delivered interesting tips and advice for the pupils and helped them to think about their next career choice.
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The evening enabled the youngsters to learn about training, apprenticeships, and courses that are on offer and was a great opportunity for them.
A spokesperson for Archbishop Temple School said: “The school was delighted to see so many parents and pupils in attendance.”
The event is held at the school every year to help pupils on the career journey.
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