This week we are holding our first ever World of Work Week. We have been really lucky to have had so many people and businesses agree to be part of this week with us. The majority of visitors will be in years 4-6 but children in year 3 and the Foundation Phase will be exploring jobs and the World of Work through a range of activities.
We are really grateful to parents of pupils in the school, local businesses, individuals who have agreed to be part of our World of Work week. We are also grateful to the Cardiff Commitment team for their work in linking wider businesses to our week. You can see from the list below how fortunate we are at Albany to have so many exciting and inspiring visitors giving their time to us.
This is Week we will be having visits from;
Cardiff University Routes to languages,
Karen Holford - Engineering lecturer and Vice Chancellor at Cardiff University,
Cory Hill - Welsh International Rugby player,
Selco Builders Warehouse,
Cardiff Council Economic development team,
Quality Carpets Direct,
Jo Stevens MP,
Principality Building Society,
Screen Alliance Wales.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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