Bolton School Infants

Infants Enjoy an Enterprising Week

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Bolton School Infants in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 have enjoyed a fascinating week learning about a wide range of jobs whilst undertaking a range of activities aimed at developing skills which will be valued in the workplace.

Over the course of the week, many parents came into School to talk about their work and pupils discovered what life is like in many professions, including as a barrister, a mechanic, a vet, a solicitor, an optician, a physio, a judo coach, a doctor, a lawyer and a dentist. Girls and boys then undertook tasks such as problem solving, working together as a team, exploring different occupations and learning about money. The week culminated with children dressing as the job they want to do and parents coming into School to be interviewed by their child about their working life.

Head of the Infant School, Mrs Taylor said: “A huge thank you to those parents who bravely came in to talk about their careers. I know the children really valued these sessions and asked some very interesting questions!”

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