Former pupils return to Swaffham’s Sacred Heart School to talk about job opportunities in Norfolk
Former students returned to the classroom to talk to pupils about the world of work.
An interactive careers convention saw pupils in years seven to ten explore a variety of jobs including archaeology, medicine, the media, law and animal care.
A number of parents and a school governor also took part in the convention.
Feedback from pupils revealed that they had enjoyed the day and found the speakers 'inspirational and thought-provoking'.
'The speakers were also impressed with the level of interest of our pupils and the perceptive questions they asked,' French teacher Jane Howarth added.
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The convention was held at the school, in Mangate Street, earlier this month.
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