Have you visited this jam-packed website to help you to think about career options and work experience? A great starting point for young people and their parents and carers.




Nursing Associate:

Meet the Artists at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival:

We would like you to invite you to meet some of our 2021 Norfolk & Norwich Festival artists, in these special video interviews. This trailer video is a gateway to many more full interviews withO Festival artists, where they tell you all about themselves, their art form, their inspirations, give advice and talk about their careers. Each artist sets a Creative Challenge for you to try yourself linked to their art form and the work they do. Please give some of them a try and share what you do or create with us, either on social media by tagging @nnfest or email to Creative Learning Manager These videos are also perfect for supporting an Arts Award or Artsmark journey, so please enjoy and make use of these great resources.

All videos can be found at

Working in a Zoo:

Inspiring Norfolk Scientists:

Pint of Science:

Pint of Science is an international science festival, run by volunteers. It brings the researchers and members of the public together in local pubs. We believe that everyone has a place at the table to discuss the research going on both on our doorsteps and far beyond.

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Learn a bit more about where these scientists work – Norwich Research Park

Norwich Research Park vision video. Kirsty (went to school in Norfolk) did a recent interview with the New Anglia LEP’s Coffee and Careers series where she talked about her career and how she got into working in Science and then at Norwich Research Park.  

Take a look at our Partner YouTube sites they also have video about careers:

Earlham Institute (EI) –  John Innes Centre – Quadram Institute – SainsburyLab – UEA – NNUH FT

Alice Godden, a final year PhD from UEA Bio recently recorded a podcast about her career choices in the I belong Here podcast series which includes interviews with other women working in science.

We have about 30,000 people on the Park, 3000 of which are scientists/clinicians and about 17000 of which are students, the rest are support staff and staff working in the 150 businesses located here. Find out more here: Changing Lives bookA Chronicle

Dinosaur Careers:

Design Engineering – Lotus Cars:

Find out how Hayley Wright, Head of Lotus Cars Manufacturing System, ended up working for Norfolk’s Lotus Cars having completed Science A’ levels. She talks about the range of job opportunities available at Hethel

For further information about what is on offer for schools and academies please email

The High Performance Podcast:

The resource content is taken from the conversations Jake has had with people in sport, business and the arts. Such as adventurer Bear Grylls, England Rugby manager Eddie Jones, actor Sam Heughan – discussing what drives them, their values, the importance of resilience and failure in achieving success. We hope to highlight the importance of having the right mindset for children to achieve what they want to in life.

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