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Reception/Key stage 1

Jobs for Everyone Project for Primary Schools 

An exciting and unique learning opportunity for reception children (FS2) and Key Stage 1 about jobs in the NHS and Social Care.  This is a self-service offer open to all infant/primary schools with full guidance and resources available to download from our members area. 

Jobs for Everyone will help you meet: 

  • EYFS Framework Understanding the World ELG: Past and Present; 
  • EYFS Framework Expressive Arts and Design; ELGs Creating with Materials and Being Imaginative and Expressive; 
  • PSHE Curriculum for KS1 - L5, L14, L16 and L17. 

The project introduces over 20 different job roles, promotes equality, diversity and inclusion and dispels stereotypes. You will get a package of resources to facilitate a fun interactive learning experience including: 

  • Classroom activities 
  • Family activities 
  • Junk modelling 
  • Singing 
  • How to prepare an effective roleplay area 
  • Guidance for arranging inspiring jobholder visits 

Key stage 3

The Jay Perez Story comprises all you need to deliver an interactive 1.5 – 2 hour session on careers in the NHS. The session incorporates video scenes from a simulated patient journey.

We meet Jay as he sustains his injury and then follow him through emergency services, hospital treatment and after he goes home, finding out all about the staff who help him along that journey to recovery.

During the session students will gain and an understanding of the Health and Social Care sector, insight into the size of the industry and some of the main workforce staffing groups. They will learn about career routes and pathways into health and social care and the skills you need to succeed in the workplace.  


  • JS Y8-Y9 lesson plan
  • JSPP1
  • JSPP2
  • JS curriculum map 

Key stage 4 and 5

The Jay Perez Story learning set comprises a sequence of five video clips, each with accompanying tasks and activities. We follow Jay, after his accident, as he interacts with health and care staff in the emergency response team, the operating department, on the ward, at home and in the GP surgery.  

The aim of this resource is for students to find out about different careers in health and care that they may not know about.  There is a strong focus on the differences between roles and how teams work together. A focus on skills forms a theme throughout the five scenes and activities: both specialist skills and those more transferable life skills that health and social care staff use every day. 

At the end of the session students will be able to name and understand a wide cross section of roles in health and care sector. Students will gain an understanding of how skills are used in the workplace and the importance of transferable skills. 


  • Questions sheets JSQ1-5
  • Answer sheets JSA1-5
  • JS curriculum map 

Labour market information for the NHS and social care sector

Labour market information for the NHS and social care sector in South Yorkshire.

Gatsby 4 subject mapped resources

In collaboration these slides have been produced for use in secondary school to explore the NHS, health and care sector careers pathways. 

The main Exploring Careers in the NHS and Care Sector is designed to be either used in its entirety in a PSHE or careers lesson, alternatively it's to support the individual subject PowerPoint slide shows included in the resources. The remaining resources are designed to be embedded within the relevant curriculum subject provision. The subjects we have provide resources for include English, Maths, Science, PE, History, Design & Technology and Health & Social Care.

Resources: Lessons 1-8, teachers notes