Primary Testimonials

“It (The Job Junction Primary) looks fantastic! Even better than the first time round which I didn’t think was possible. The children loved the box and the note on top, this created a lot of excitement. The PowerPoint is great and the worksheets are fab, I can see all the changes you have made and it is now even better. The graphics look brilliant! All of the children had heard about job junction and many of them knew about the project because of older siblings. Already looking forward to teaching it next week!”

Lauren Atkinson Year 6 Teacher, Heasandford Primary School

“The Job Junction Primary – Raising aspirations programme is professional, positive, engaging and supports our curriculum themes. The impact on our pupils is hugely noticeable by staff and parents (who have commented on how positive and confident they have become). The business engagement sessions offered honest exposure to various industries for our children, who came away enthused, inspired and informed. I would highly recommend The Job Junction Primary to other schools and will continue to invest in the program to support our pupils to become the best version of themselves.”

Jacquie Clarke – Head Teacher, Hapton CofE/Methodist Primary

“Any opportunity to raise our children’s future aspirations is worth investing in. The Job Junction provides structured and colourful materials whilst taking away lots of work for teachers. The Job Junction also helps children make the link between hard work in class now and their jobs when they are older.”

Mark Dixon – Head Teacher, Padiham Green Primary School

“Giving our schoolchildren the skills and confidence to achieve their potential is key to creating Britain’s workforce of the future. Extending The Job Junction outreach project to primary school children is an important step, giving them and their parents an insight into the world of work. Our future doctors, accountants and engineers are all made in our schools and engaging local business and communities will inspire children to new careers and opportunities.”

Nick Boles, Skills Minister