Children share dream jobs of future racing drivers, police officers and even a pro wrestler

By Jill Dando News

Children aged 9 and 10 have been sharing their dream jobs including becoming future racing drivers, police officers and even a pro wrestler.

Pupils at Castle Batch Primary School Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset unveiled their career passions during a unique CV and mock interview day.

One of the pupils, Jacob, 9, revealed his dream of being a future Lewis Hamilton as a racing driver. 

Jacob has an ambition to be a racing driver

Jacob is already showing huge promise by winning a British Championships event – the high-profile 2020 Micro Max British Championship for those aged 8 to 11, after 12 months of competing to qualify.

Other pupils revealed a wide variety of careers including YouTubers, police officers, bakers, charity workers, lifeguards, martial arts instructors and even a pro wrestler.

The mock interviews are part of the tremendous careers provision made across The Priory Learning Trust and their schools.

Director of Careers James Wilmot said: “It was wonderful to see and hear the huge enthusiasm for such a wide variety of careers and jobs across all the pupils.

“They were dreaming big and we want to help them achieve all their ambitions and goals while at our schools.”