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Pupils experience what it is like to work in the hospitality sector

PUBLISHED: 10:30 13 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:30 13 June 2018

Year six pupils and staff from Burnham Market Primary School at The Hoste Hotel and Spa Photo: The Hoste Hotel and Spa

Year six pupils and staff from Burnham Market Primary School at The Hoste Hotel and Spa Photo: The Hoste Hotel and Spa

The Hoste Hotel and Spa

As the end of the school year approaches, year six pupils from Burnham Market Primary School were given a taste of the hospitality industry during a visit to a local hotel.

Twenty-four pupils from the year visited The Hoste Hotel and Spa in the village.

They visited the hotel to mark the end of their time at the school and to find out more about the hotel sector.

Their topic this time was linked to the imagined land project which is about the history of Burnham Norton.

Martin De Sousa, general manager of The Hoste Hotel and Spa, said: “We were delighted to welcome Burnham Market Primary School to The Hoste as they celebrated the end of year six.

“The hotel industry offers a variety of different roles and every child was taken behind the scenes and were shown how different departments operate.

“We hope the visit will inspire them to consider the hospitality sector as a possible career choice.”

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