AMBITIOUS youngsters from a local primary school dressed to impress as they thought about their future careers.
Pupils from Benjamin Adlard Community Primary School held a ‘What I Want To Be When I Grow Up’ day where they were asked to come in dressed for their dream job.
Fun was had by all as students came as everything from doctors, nurses, vets and firemen to astronauts and clowns.
But it was about much more than fancy dress - the children were also asked to think about what the job meant and how they’d work towards it in a range of fun and thoughtful activities.
A spokesman from Benjamin Adlard added: “All of the pupils as well as staff had a great day and it was a great way to end before half-term.”
“The children left happy and inspired to work towards their dream careers.”