Next week is National Careers Week across the whole country, and as ever, Malet Lambert will be hosting workshops, activities and talks about careers and enterprise to educate and inspire students. We'll even be visited by the NCW Tour Bus!
Innovative Enterprise will be kick-starting proceedings on Monday with 120 Year 7 pupils, who will be creating their own soap and inventing a brand and business plan for its launch.
On Tuesday, Hull Ready Hub and Malet Lambert students will be collaborating to host a careers-focused day for primary schools from the local area.
Pupils will spend the day in the Main Hall taking part in careers activities run by local businesses, colleges and training providers.
Engaging Education will be taking the reins on Wednesday, working on an interactive media careers project with Year 9 students.
Thursday combines with BBC School Report News Day, and will see a group of budding journalists from across the school experiencing life as junior reporters.
They will be visiting BBC Look North to practice their interview skills, and will be reporting from the National Careers Week Bus, which is visiting Malet Lambert for the day, delivering careers advice and guidance to students from Year 7 - 11.
Finally, on Friday, the whole school will be off timetable to participate in careers-related activities as part of this term’s second Enrichment Day.
STEM workshops, apprentice challenges and a careers fair will all be available to students, plus each year group will be visited by a motivational speaker from the Fix Up Team - a group dedicated to encouraging students to get the best out of themselves and their education.
All in all, a very exciting week ahead!