Careers fair equips pupils with knowledge for their futures at Thomas Mills High School
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More than 250 pupils headed to a careers fair at Thomas Mills High School, Framlingham, on Thursday.
The event aimed to equip pupils with the knowledge they need to make decisions on their future career paths, from the best GCSE and A-level subjects to study, to work experience ideas and information on university courses.
A total of 38 companies and education providers set up stands at the event, including Apprenticeships Suffolk, Easton and Otley College, BT, EDF Energy, Fromus Veterinary Group and army and navy careers.
Sandra Treeby, head of careers and work experience at the school, said: “Hopefully all our youngsters got lots out of it. There was something for everyone.
“They said it was useful and showed them possibilities they hadn’t considered before.
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“The fair was organised so that students can have a chat to people from the industry and other training providers to get as much information as they possible can to make the best possible decisions for their own future.”
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