A high-flying Somerset student, aged 12, has his eyes set on becoming a lawyer - so he can help people.

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A high-flying Somerset student, aged 12, has his eyes set on becoming a lawyer - so he can help people.

Amazing Ryan Price told his Careers Advisor at The King Alfred School Academy about plans for his dream job during the schools very first Year 7 interview challenge.

Ryan is hoping to specialise in tree law and help protect property owner's boundary lines and preserve wildlife.

He said, “I want to help people, everyone deserves a chance. Being a lawyer will allow me to help others.”

During the Year 7 careers week, all year seven students produced their first CV, were interviewed for their dream job and received a personalised careers poster from school Careers Advisor Stacey Leatherby.

Director of Careers at The Priory Learning Trust, James Wilmot, said, “It is a lot of fun meeting our students to talk about careers in law, medicine and other industries. This is a perfect head start for our students before they participate in work experience and college applications in the future." 

Cerrie Williams