YOUNGSTERS at a Lockwood school got an insight into a wide range of careers at a special event.
Mount Pleasant Junior School held An Aspirational Afternoon to show seven to 11-year-olds and their parents the kind of career opportunities they might want to pursue.
Organisations taking part included St John Ambulance, Kirklees College, Kirklees Council, Huddersfield University and Moor End Academy and David Brown Engineering Systems.
Others taking part included a vet, a magistrate, a doctor, an optician, an accountant, a firefighter, a chemist, a police officer and a judge.
Mrs Rahat Hussain, learning mentor and community worker at the school, said: “The aim was to get different people to a kind of careers fair to show parents and children what they might like to become.
“I would like to thank those people who gave their up their afternoon to make it a huge success”.