Future Midwives, Lawyers And Estate Agents Gain Advice At Skills Fair

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Year 10 students visit Grimby Skills Fair. (L-r) Conor Murray and Mhairi Glancy, both NHS dietitians, offer advice to students Samuel Hawkes, Mohammod Nahim, and Lucy Callender.

Cleethorpes Academy Year 10 students visited The Skills Fair at Grimsby Auditorium, an annual which event aims to inspire them to make decisions regarding their future careers and the skills they will need to get there.

With advice on every possible career choice available, students are given an insight into what awaits them, with experts on hand to talk to.

Cleethorpes Academy Student Chloe Blyth said: "I am Interested in Midwifery. I have been talking to NHS staff and Health and Social Care. I have been given some good advice."

Millie Hammond, who visited the Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College stand, said: "I'm interested in Midwifery and P.E. I am looking to do A levels."

Samuel Hawkes said: "I am interested in Business Studies and Economics. I hope to go to Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College. I would like to own an Estate Agent's business."

Mohammod Nahim added: "I am interested in A Levels or college and then maybe an apprenticeship. Possibly Law."

Aaliyah Loftus visited the Grimsy Institute Development Centre stand. She said: "I am interested in Sport, especially football. I would also like to be a Firefighter."

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Millie Hammond, Torena-Mai Baxter and Chloe Blyth at the Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College stand. They are pictured with (l-r) Sixth Form College students and Deputy Head Boys, Tom Whalley and Peter Boyd (Year 12), and Deputy Head of Sixth Form, Richard Foster.

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Student Aaliyah Loftus tries out her skills with a football watched by John McDermott (left) and Gary Childs, both from Grimsby Institute Development Centre, and students (l-r) Sophie Crow, Skye Taylor and Humayra Tasnim.

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