PUPILS at Nunnery Wood Primary School took part in an opportunities week, seeing what is available to youngsters when they get older.

The children at the Prestwich Avenue-based school had fun during a week learning about the experiences and jobs that are available to them.

Pupils had a visit from a vet, learned French, met representatives from the Pets as Therapy charity including a dog that was brought along, watched a judo demonstration, and heard from physiotherapist Elaine Willmore who brought along a skeleton to teach them about their bodies.

There were also the chance to take part in glass painting, cooking, a making clay dragonflies activities, and having the chance to learn how to beatbox.

Tracey Wheeler, KS2 assistant headteacher at the school, said the week - held earlier this month - was all about inspiring youngsters, aged four to 11-years-old for the future.