Exciting activities in all subject areas and informative talks awaited pupils and their families to help them make informed decisions about their future and to highlight the different careers where their choices could lead.
Robotics and virtual welding attracted crowds of potential Themis Apprentices; natural habitats were re-created to attract potential Countryside and Land-Management students and science labs were filled with experiments for visitors to attempt.
Tutors, who are passionate about their subjects, also took the chance to chat to potential students and their families about the syllabus and opportunities for further study or careers.
There was also a chance to discover more about our popular pre-Academies which give students a chance to discover more about their favourite subjects and start to build a CV and experience that will help them stand out from the crowd when they apply to university or for a successful career.
Careers advice was available on the night, as well as details of possible financial support and the range of extra-curricular activities on offer daily.