Tarporley CE Primary School children have been aiming high by thinking about their aspirations for the future.
The whole school participated in a careers day earlier this month by coming into school dressed as a goal or career they might like to have when they grow up.
Every child had a photo taken for the new ‘aspirations’ display and the school is now appealing to past students to send in their photos to be included, to show pupils that dreams can come true.
A spokesperson for the school said: “We want to say a huge thank you to our parents and guest speakers from the local community who took the time to come and share their amazing professions with us.
“We baked with a chef, learnt some Ugandan language from the charity TESS, explored computing with a software designer and learnt about animals from a veterinary nurse. We also had a visit from ex-professional footballer Mike Newell who coached some of our future football stars.
“Everyone had a fantastic day and we can’t wait to see if all of our aspirations are the same next year!”