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Crawford Public School in Doonside hosted the second Australian Primary Futures activity, following the official launch earlier in the month. The activity took place in collaboration with the Smith Family, on Friday the 18th of May and was a rousing success. 6 volunteers took part in the 'What's my line?' activity which was facilitated by the school principal, Richard Ford.  

Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns


Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns


Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns


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The 'What's my line?' activity involved the 6 volunteers sitting numbered, on stage, taking part in an assembly style Q&A. Prinical Richard Ford facilitated the 140 primary students asking yes or no based questions to try and guess each volunteers profession. 


Following this Q&A, students were given time to guess what job each person did, while volunteers changed into their uniform or got a prop that revealed what they do for work. There was then a great reveal where each volunteer came back on stage to introduce themselves and their careers to the children. 


After introductions were done, volunteers and a few of their colleagues rotated around small groups of children in a speed career networking style, answering questions about what they do in their job. 


 A huge thank you to the volunteers who took part: Barsha Karki, Femi Ognusiji, Flavia Teixeira, Linda Vij, Arianne Zaragoz and Susan Bayliss.


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