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By Connie Osborne Friday 11 July 2014 Updated: 11/07 11:58

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STUDENTS learnt about career opportunities at a special aspirations event at Studley High School.

Local and regional employers visited Year 10 students as part of the day which gave pupils an insight into career paths and how to achieve their goals.

Information on accountancy, engineering, hospitality, veterinary science and careers in the NHS were all on offer.

Abria Sienna, careers advisor for the school, said: “This event has allowed the students to realise how many different career opportunities are available.

“We are grateful to the huge range of local businesses who supported the school and proud of how our students responded in such a positive and mature manner.”

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