THE Year 6 pupils at St Helen’s Primary School, in Durham Street, Hartlepool, already have an idea of how they want to spend their working life.
Megan Fenny, 10, said: “I would like to be a beautician when I leave school.
“I really like putting on make-up and things like that, so I would enjoy that.
“I am just going to practice a lot so I am very good at it.”
Jack Turner, 11, dreams of becoming a professional footballer.
He said: “I would love to be a footballer and I would want to play for Chelsea.
“I play for Pools Youth now and my favourite Hartlepool United player is James Brown.
“If I wasn’t a footballer I would like to take up athletics.”
Olivia Robson, 10, said: “I want to be an author when I grow up.
“I like reading, especially fiction books. Harry Potter is one of my favourites, I loved reading them.
“We do a lot of story writing in school so I get a lot of practice.”
Liam Stothart, 10, said: “I want do something to do with professional sport. I would love to become a footballer.
“I play for Greatham now and the school as well, my dream would be to play for Man Utd. I don’t really know what I would want to do if I didn’t become a footballer.”
Jay McLean, 10, said: “I would like to be a footballer and play for Hartlepool United.
“If I didn’t make it as a footballer I would want to be a plumber.
“My uncle does roofing so I think I would enjoy that as well.
“But I would like to go to university, I would want to go to Durham so I wasn’t far from home.”
Ebony Skidmore, 10, said: “I want to be a restaurant owner or maybe a barrister.
“I like cooking and being argumentative so either of them would suit me.
“If I was going to be a barrister I would have to go to university.
“It wouldn’t bother me if I had to leave Hartlepool to go to university or to open a restaurant.”