Once again, our Hall Green School Careers Fair was a huge success.
Feedback from all volunteers was excellent, with every volunteer stating they would come back and help out again. Specifically, they said “It was a superb morning with superb students”, and “really positive experience, lovely, polite pupils, fab staff too, thank you!!” Also, our pupils were fantastic. Record numbers returned in their break time for further information, they really engaged with our guests and conducted themselves maturely throughout the day.
Thanks to Miss Homer for organising and hosting. Another excellent event courtesy of our Careers Department!
Details of the next meeting are now available. Please click here if you would like to know more.
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We have lots of information, achievements and good news in our new school newsletter.
Having strong and successful schools is crucial for every community. Closer working between schools and the community are critical to reduce youth unemployment, improve school standards and to equip young people for the world of work and by working together we can raise students aspirations, improve learning and create a better community.There are many ways that the community can support us and we hope that you will spare a little of your time to consider what you can contribute. Although donations are always welcome, it is your knowledge, your experience and your time which will be of the greatest benefit to help our students appreciate the opportunities that are available to them. If you are able to make a contribution to the school we will acknowledge this by including you (or your business) on the school ‘Community Heroes’ web page. Here, you will be able to add your details including a link to your website if you have one. On our pledge page below, you will be able to add the appropriate information.
Make a difference and become a Community Hero and pledge your support here… https://links.grofar.com/27181-E6t40E
As part of our #WakeUpWednesday campaign, we’ve created a free online safety guide for schools to share with parents and carers about Kik Messenger; a free messaging app aimed at users aged thirteen and over. Used by more than 300 million people worldwide, Kik lets users exchange messages, photos, videos, GIFs and web pages with friends, family, chatbots and even strangers. Read more…