The Pupil Survey of the Autumn Term enabled the school to gather useful information about what the Whitehouse children wanted to be when they were older.
This information was used to contact potential business guests in the New Year through parents, staff and Governors. A letter was also sent to local entrepreneurs in early February.
Aim High Career Day took place on Friday 16th March. 31 guests representing 23 different local organisations and businesses came to Whitehouse Community Primary School to speak to our children about their jobs and the career opportunities within their sector.
They were joined for lunch by two of our Parent Governors.
All our 16 KS1 and KS2 classes visited 8 guests each in the course of the day whilst our Early Years classes only saw 2 to 3.
A wide range of professions were represented at the event which reflected the breadth of interests and life goals of the children within our school community.
SOME PICTURES FROM THE DAY
FEEDBACK FROM THE DAY
Feedback from pupils
Feedback from Staff
Feedback from Guests
From the feedback and suggestions received from pupils, guests and teachers, the following steps were identified:
How can I support my child at home make career plans?
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