It’s never too early to start to think about your careers


Almost 100 pupils from Myatt Garden Primary School in Brockley enjoyed a career fairs day.

The Year 6 kids listened to and spoke with four professionals in an event hosted by Urban Synergy.

The panel, who kicked off the event, included Ebenezer Ademisoye, an economist and founder of Advantage Technoeconomics, Charlene Michael-Imobioh, Thomson Reuters legal editor and barrister, fashion designer Mary Martin and Oliver Adebayo, a trainee orthopaedic surgeon for the NHS.

Staff, children and career professionals at the school’s fair

Myatt Garden headteacher Sally Williams said: “Ninety Year 6 children experienced a wonderful careers fair which builds on the aspiration theme we have had in school this year.”


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