NOA Community Innovation Fund

NOA has funded a number of activities and projects in Norwich to support families to start talking about careers.  Why is this so important? Because children’s career ambitions are already limited by the age of seven

A number of projects are already underway – check back here for more dates soon

12th Nov, 26th Nov & 10th Dec – Catton Grove Primary School, Scavenger Hunt

23rd Nov – West Earlham Community Centre, Family STEM Sessions

4th Dec – West Earlham Junior Project @ Open Youth

Every Monday – Mile Cross @ The Phoenix Centre

Pilling Park “Just the job” roadshows and workshops in “village fete” style activities to increase conversations about careers.
Catton Grove Scavenger hunt and programme of activities to explore and understand the local world of work.
Mile Cross Regular “People Under Cover” sessions at the Phoenix Centre to engage children and parents in sessions with local employers as well as engaging work place trips.
Wensum Sessions in music/dance as well as tech, marketing and production, culminating in a purpose written community performance.
Heartsease Supporting children and parents to take part in workshops both in school and the community to tackle stereotypes and explore opportunities.
West Earlham Activities and employer visits with parents and Year 5 children focused on 10 interactive careers talks and relevant trips.

Check our news page for updates or contact Katie White to talk through – katie.white@newanglia.co.uk