What Do Construction Workers Do?

Primary school pupils across London are among the first to receive a unique new children’s book designed to inspire them to work in the construction industry. This is due to this contractor donating 5,000 books to Key Stage 2 pupils at 11 schools across London and the south

It comes after research found that by the age of seven, children already demonstrate limitations on their aspirations for future careers, while many only consider jobs that they are familiar with through friends and family members.

What Do Construction Workers Do? was developed in response to the idea that ‘you can’t be what you can’t see’.

Children can use the book to learn how construction workers build structures, as well as the different kinds of jobs available.

To find out more, click the link below.

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