Admissions department at one of my local unis. Dad set me up, he worked in that dept for years as well as lecturing. I went to a meeting about admissions databases, entered GCSE grades for crap students onto the database & played with muppets figurines.
In Year 10 I did 2 weeks at Waterstones. I think I might end up doing some more work experience in my schools Maths Department on the work experience week as I want to teach, and health complications mean it's probably a good idea to not take on anything too strenuous!
Strangely, I worked at a different secondary school from my own. I did the audio engineering for the school's production of "The Wizard of Oz". It was arranged a bit last minute, but it was one of the best weeks I've ever had!
I worked in an old people's home for a week.
When they were awake, they were funny ( but they weren't awake much ;D)
I spent most of my time watching telly, but I did go for a walk with one of the resident's and a carer everyday.
Played bingo, and one old man taught me to play dominoes!!!!