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Achieving our aspirations

Our aim:

Through developing the 4 C’s, all pupils at Fulbourn Primary School will have the knowledge, skills, and adaptability to be able choose their own destiny. 

                                              

At the age of three or four, children are already starting have opinions about what they can and cannot do in the future; by the time they’re 10, young people start to make decisions which could go on to limit their future options.  

It’s not about children choosing their future jobs at this very young age. At Fulbourn Primary School we aim to work with the children, ex-pupils, parents, the community, and local employers to help our children learn about the skills they need to fuel their aspirations and ambitions. It’s about helping them to learn about the variety of jobs open to them and the fantastic range of opportunities we have in the region and gaining a broad understanding of the routes to get into work and training, including the essential skills and attitudes required to be successful in both further studies, the workplace, and life in general! 

If you would like to support careers learning at Fulbourn Primary School, we would be delighted to hear from you and you should contact our Careers Lead, Nichola Grove: ngrove@fulbourn.cambs.sch.uk 

Careers News

What’s been happening in School? 

8th December 2023 

Doctor Winne, a structural engineer, visited Years 3 and 4 this week, to talk about his job.  Then, the Year 4’s were lucky enough to visit SDC, a construction company that undertakes projects across a variety of sectors, including: Research and development, commercial, manufacturing, automotive, healthcare and education. They are currently building laboratories on the Arm site. We learnt that SDC employ people in lots of different roles, for example: scaffolders, bricklayers, planners, and 3D modelling designers. The children designed and built a model and learnt that one of the most important skills to be successful in your job is teamwork!  

We would like to say a massive thankyou to both Doctor Winne and SDC for their support.