Youngsters due to be leaving primary school this summer got to think about potential careers.
Over 600 Year 6 children from 10 primary schools attended the careers convention day at Neale-Wade Academy, which was organised by the March and Chatteris cluster of schools.
A wide variety of careers were represented, from computers and dentistry to writing and construction, giving the pupils a chance to see where their interests might take them. The Armed Forces were represented, as were the emergency services.
It was also encouragement for the children to work hard during secondary school and beyond.
The event was made possible by the generosity from Circle Housing Roddons, Fenland District Council, Datashredders, Bretts Transport and 3B Design and Print. Tescos kindly donated the refreshments.