Neale Wade students are given a chance to think about future careers

Neale Wade students in the workshops

Neale Wade students in the workshops - Credit: Archant

Neale-Wade Academy students were given the opportunity to think about long term aims and aspirations with a visit to West Anglia Training Association in Huntingdon.

Neale-Wade Academy sign.

Neale-Wade Academy sign. - Credit: Archant

The Year 11 students had a tour of the site looking at the machining workshops, scaffolding workshop, speaking with current learners and using some basic machining tools.

In another fact finding trip Year 10 and 11 enjoyed a medics conference in Peterborough.

The conference explained to students what is involved when preparing to apply for medicine and get them ready for the challenges they will face once they have applied.


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