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Careers 2030 Primary School Resources

Careers 2030 is a complete set of resources for careers related learning in primary schools and was developed by the Black Country Skills Factory and Ryders Hayes Primary School (Walsall) with funding from the Careers & Enterprise Company. 

Between the ages of 6 – 8, most children start to develop gendered ideas about careers. These stereotypes follow them into the workplace, affecting the rest of their lives. 

By the time they’re 10, they’ve typically begun assigning social value based on ideas about social class and intelligence. They internalise long-lasting assumptions about what opportunities are available to them. They start to abandon fantasy careers, becoming more aware of potential constraints on their futures.

Read more about Careers-Related Learning (CRL)

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