Southern Telegraph - - News - Cecilia Allen

Hillman Pri­mary School stu­dents were ex­posed to a range of pro­fes­sions, trades and skills at the school’s first Ca­reer Day last month.

Stu­dents were vis­ited by and had the op­por­tu­nity to speak with the Rock­ing­ham po­lice, and rep­re­sen­ta­tives from St John Am­bu­lance, Grange Phys­io­ther­apy, Notre Dame Uni­ver­sity, the City of Rock­ing­ham and CBH Group.

Principal Aaron Young said the Ca­reer Day aimed to make stu­dents aware of the op­por­tu­ni­ties avail­able to them.

“There is no need for the stu­dents to pick a ca­reer right now but at least it gives stu­dents an idea of what is avail­able,” he said.

“Hope­fully, we can ig­nite some pas­sion in the stu­dents.”

St John Am­bu­lance com­mu­nity en­gage­ment of­fi­cers Neha Pal and Alex Raisinger with Hi­ill­man Pri­mary School stu­dents Han­nah Platt, Lilly Jones and Tyson Miles, all 6.

Rock­ing­ham Po­lice Se­nior Con­sta­ble Mark Glover and Con­sta­ble Jeremy Lawalata with stu­dents Lilly Wright, 6, Jaxon Simms, 7, Cin­na­mon Finch, 7.

Thom­mas In­saur­ralde, 10, and Brock Black­man, 9.

Shan­nyn Lock­wood, 10, and Lyla Mark­well, 9.

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