EAGER pupils had a taste of working life to help them make the choices to shape their future during a careers information afternoon at Kenilworth School.
The Careers Fair invited scores of business representatives and college lecturers in to help guide the pupils they decide where to go next once they leave school in the summer.
Hilary Hughes of Kenilworth School, said all of the 270 Year 11 pupils took part in the afternoon and that she was delighted at the amount of advice and information on show to help them all make the right decisions to get them where they want to be.
“We have got an excellent turnout and I am delighted, this is really good for the children and gives them an idea of not only what is out there but what they need to do to get into those roles,” she said.
Lynda Mitchell, school careers adviser said pupils were given an insight into a range of fields from dentistry, teaching, business and industry to marketing and journalism.
And that they may role it out as an annual event thanks to the huge support from exhibitors who came out to give advice and support.