This morning Sheena came to tell us about her work as a Costume Designer. She told us about how many different jobs there are to do when you design and make costumes for films and TV programmes. Some of the costumes we saw pictures of were amazing! We found out that to do this kind of work you might go to a special university called Art School after you finish High School and learn about all different kinds of art. Some of the class would love to do that! We also saw the amazing trophy that Sheena won for some of her work. We wonder if we have any budding award winners in our class!
Thankyou for coming in to visit Sheena.
After break John Harrison, our local Countryside Ranger came in to see us. The class have met John many times as he often helps us to learn about our local wildlife, but today we learned about what he does when he is not in our school helping us! We discovered that the main things you need to be a Ranger are to have a love for wildlife and a love for being outdoors, even in the cold and snow! Thanks again John.
Finally in the afternoon Craig Stout came to tell us about his work as an Intensive Care Nurse. He brought along lots of equipment for us to look at and we enjoyed listening to our breathing and having a go at bandaging – perhaps a little more training is needed there! Craig explained to us that not all nursing jobs are the same – there are lots of different kinds of nurses, but all have to go to university to train to do the job. Craig also explained what skills a nurse needs to have – from being kind and caring to having good numeracy and maths skills. Thank you Craig for a very interesting and fun filled afternoon.