2010 'Pure teamwork' Teamwork with groups of employers that included the RAF was
a great success with Year 10 at Skinners school. Students showed
initiative, leadership, creativity and pure teamwork throughout
the day, all skills the CBI remind us are at the top of the list
of essential employability skills.
These students showed
great potential and kept to task with the kind of determination
required in the modern world of work.
2010 'All problems solved' Primary enterprise day caused great excitement amongst staff
and pupils at Bower Grove School as they tackled a series of science
problems around forensics. The super sleuths solved all the crimes
and delighted everyone with the results. All problems were solved!
This day formed part of the ELP offer.
July 9 - 2010 IT 'very impressive' IT students benefited from individual interviews with an
IT specialist who gave up most of his day to support the students.
The Employee of an SME called Carriss took part in the programme
on his day off to make sure he had sufficient time to interview
every young person on the course, about the specialist project work
they had completed.
The end results were very
impressive and all students were commended for their professional
approach to the task set by the employer.
July 8 - 2010 Special determination Special children at Meadowfield worked hard to complete a
series of team tasks during a busy Thursday in July. Students worked
so hard and had a great day, they tackled every challenge with real
determination and impressed local employers with their enthusiasm.
July 5,6 & 7 - 2010 Simon Langton Grammar School
'Make it work' Kent Highway Services,
KETV, NHS, Pfizers, Qinetiq and UCA set the Year 10 of Simon Langton
Grammar School for Girls, six very different (but all of equal intensity)
challenges that ran over the course of over 3 days. As an exciting
alternative to the usual brand of work experience students were
selected to work with a particular employer based upon future career
aspirations and general abilities. The tasks were diverse and as
varied as: to design a bomb detector (Qinetiq), to come up with
their own fashion store (UCA), to design offices for research staff
(Pfizers), to create a Sun Smart campaign to raise awareness of
Skin Cancer (NHS), to submit plans for the development of 500 homes
in Canterbury (Kent Highway Services) and to design and plan a 30
second television commercial campaign (KETV).
Ratcliffe from Kent Highway Services, who a complex challenge, commented:
"We were amazed by the quality of work that was produced in just
three days and the effort made by every team, it far exceeded our
Cole, Pfizer, said: "I was extremely impressed by the quality of
the projects delivered in such a short space of time. Normally students
are allocated five days to complete this project and have guidance
all the way through, so to complete this project independently and
in just 3 days, to the quality they did, surpassed all our expectations."
of the employers universally agreed that the standard of work was
of a creative and professional nature that would not have looked
of out place in a normal working environment. This was the debut
for the event and the outcome could not have been more positive.
The EBP team would like to thank all the employees who attended
throughout the programme, and the school staff who were totally
supportive and committed to 'Make it Work', and to the aspiring
professionals of the future who excelled beyond all the adults'
June 28 - July 2- 2010 An incredible sixteen events
this week involving a host of Kent employers, venues from Westgate
to Wilmington, and students from age 5 - 18! The range of activity
has been wonderful 'Maths and Cultural Diversity'
for an enthusiastic group of eight year olds in Maidstone, to some
very able Year 10 students in an industrial laboratory working on
IT Diploma students completed
another employer led challenge, and all week the whole of Year 10
at Sir Roger Manwood's School completed an extraordinary week of
Enterprise. Key Stage 3 Enterprise students in Folkestone are preparing
the final stages of their project with some essential support from
local business mentors, while BAF students in Gravesend presented
to employers at the Basepoint Business Centre Northfleet.
The above activity does not include the hundreds of students now
out on Work Experience across Kent, the majority of whom will gain
so much from the reality of the working environment.
June 21 - 22-
2010 Olympic Day St Johns RC comprehensive School completed an
incredible Olympic Day. The employers were so impressed with the
end result. Winning teams received pens, T Shirts and special Olympic
badges. The amount achieved in the day was exceptional and all teams
are to be congratulated.
2010 'Preparation is an essential' The Bradbourne School spend a whole day with
the EBP and employers giving their students the best possible briefing
before they go out to their Work Experience placement in a few weeks
time. Preparation is an essential part of the process to help the
student recognise the Health & Safety issues and to identify the
events today, a Work Experience debrief for Year 10, a Key
stage 2 Enterprise day and employer surgeries for some year 9 students.
All successfully completed with positive and helpful feedback from
Expert Skills' Wilmington Grammar School for Girls showed expert
enterprise skills working with Flambeau Europlast Ltd on a challenge
that had many groups working throughout their breaks despite the
hot weather! Students, staff and employers were delighted with the
results and very impressed with the standard of work and the amount
achieved in a day. "Working in a business
setting was cool.", " It was a great experience, I enjoyed every
part of it."
June 14 - 15-
2010 BAF students from
the Gravesham Cluster began their work on a challenge involving
visits to several employers this week. The students from several
schools looked highly professional in their BAF uniform. The winning
team will tour the BBC and present to an appropriate employer according
to the sector of their choice.
five days of packed primary enterprise The Years five and six worked so hard with such
creativity to come up with some of the most enterprising ideas this
year. They had five sessions during the week, they worked with employers,
with Key Stage 4 students and then showcased to staff, employers
and families on Friday June 11th. Quotes from the pupils "It
was great and I would love to do it all again!" "It was amazing,
learning all the different things and being one of the WINNERS!"
"It was very exciting and a fabulous business experience for me"
'Outstanding participants' The North School students were outstanding participants
of the 'Get-Set' Olympic Enterprise programme. The Key Stage 3 students
worked really hard throughout the day and were totally focused to
meet the demanding deadlines. Emma Wood (Manager of the Julie Rose
Stadium and Leisure facilities in Ashford) was taken aback with
the standard of work delivered by the young people and having never
done such an activity before immediately signed up to work with
the EBP and another school in June!
'Inspire' Enterprise programme Another group of employees gathered in Folkestone
at Shepway Borough Council to hear about the 'Inspire' Enterprise
programme. There was immediate sign up and the EBP is delighted
with the encouraging way adult mentors have come forward to support
the programme. This time all the volunteers, including Councillors,
were from the hard working teams of staff at the council offices.
A day for LLDD students who are looking for
progression after school to open employment.
'Cutting edge' ideas Students at Borden Grammar School for Boys gave
highly professional pitches to the team of employers who spent the
morning discussing their companies, looking at portfolios and listening
to presentations. The ideas were cutting edge with excellent research,
in some cases prototypes available. Ian Smith Technical Trainer
from Cummins Power Generation Ltd said of the winning team, "A
very good idea that would be widely used, good understanding of
finance and realistic financial forecast." All will be revealed
at the final!
Special task ICT Diploma students worked with employers on
a special task prepared in September by EBP staff, the Diploma Line
and the employers. All parties are delighted with the collaboration
and are benefiting from the careful planning and preparation. The
project will run throughout this year and next with thanks to exceptional
Business of Enterprise final with employers Folkestone Academy shared their Business of
Enterprise final with employers, staff, students family and friends
during the evening of May 12th. An inspiring talk on enterprise
was a real winner with the audience as the panel of employers deliberated
and deliberated over which company should go forward to Pfizer Ltd
to represent the Academy in the Final. All the companies had something
unique, all the students delivered strong presentations but the
winning team had that unique extra quality worthy of a place at
Employers sign up on the spot! The Quarter House gathering of businesses and
employers was a great success. Many signed up on the spot! The venue
was wonderful and the potential volunteers highly supportive of
the East Folkestone Together programme and all the opportunities
within it to support young people and the community.
12- 2010 Enterprise Day Bradbourne school hosted a challenging
Enterprise Day for their year 10 students who were very skilled at
meeting all the tasks set on time. The challenge stretched all teams
to the limit who worked to meet all the deadlines. 'It was something different, a
different way of learning, it was great working as a
6- 2010 Judges were stunned... ...at the incredible new school opened for St
Georges C Of E Students this term. The facilities gave a highly
professional setting for the in-school final and were only matched
by the excellent work of the students who gave some truly inspiring
presentations. The final at Pfizer promises to be even more
challenging than ever this
5- 2010 High Standards @ Pfizer Ltd The whole of year 9 from the
Federation of Ramsgate Grammar Schools watched the Business of
Enterprise Final where the best teams battled for two place in the
final at Pfizer Ltd. Ten business people from a variety of
professional backgrounds watched all the presentations, looked
around the market place and at the end of the morning chose the two
standards were high, clear evidence of effective research, of good
understanding of finance and of working with a range of professional
advisors were apparent throughout the Day.
4- 2010 Olympics Day Castle Community College had an excellent
Olympics Day with students tackling the tasks set really well with
some very strong presentations. The students worked really well
throughout the day and judges were very impressed with the end
5- 2010 Inspire our Community, Inspire our Youth, Inspire our
Future 'Join us for a coffee and a
cake' 12th May 4-5pm at Folkestone
Become a Mentor for aspiring students in
Folkestone Can you offer a helping hand to the youth of Folkestone,
and help them reach new heights? . . . read pdf
4- 2010 This week The target is 50 Business volunteers to support
the dynamic enterprise programmes developed by EBP Kent for the East
Folkestone Together programme. On May 12th at the Quarterhouse in
Folkestone all the employers will gather to hear more about this
33 have signed up! If you can spare some time, are an active
listener, can support students with their Social Enterprise project
please contact EBP Kent to book your place. All volunteers will be
CRB checked for the programme.
30- 2010 Skinners Enterprise Day The new Skinners Academy dedicated
a day to Enterprise and WRL and students exercised their enterprise
capabilities to the full. Students made financial decisions, formed
strong teams, took risks and practised creatively solving
32- 2010 'Get Set' Olympic experienced The first Kent students experienced
the 'Get Set' Olympic Enterprise Day for 11-14 yr olds delivered by
EBP Kent. What a day! Students worked so hard throughout, changing
tasks every 15-20 minutes in order to complete the programme in time
to present to the judges. The results were exceptional.
Congratulations to staff and students of Herne Bay High School. The
winning teams will present to Sebastian Coe at an event in London,
and the overall winners will go to Lousanne, Switzerland to the
Olympic Museum. Herne Bay High School have set a high standard for
Kent, with many more schools to follow Let us hope Kent will be
represented in London and maybe even go to
was definitely one of the most enjoyable enterprise days we have
ever hosted. A great opportunity for students to learn more about
the Olympics and develop a better understanding of the Olympic
Values'. S.Caswell WRL
/ Enterprise co-ordinator
April28- 2010 34
special schools across Kent came together Teachers from 34 special schools across Kent
came together to prepare for the Special Choices Day on May 19th.
They walked the site, had a presentation from the Oast House Trust
and shared their enthusiasm for the kind of activities that will be
made available to the 800 young people attending.
27- 2010 EBP Kent formed part of a
collaboration EBP Kent
formed part of a collaborative led by South Kent College and funded
by Aim Higher for the Ashford consortium of schools to have a day of
Health and Social Care based at the college. There were visits to
the William Harvey Hospital, The Shepway Resource Centre, and the
Hospice as well as a host of relevant workshops delivered by
professionals at the college. The day was a great success with some
wonderful evaluations from both students and employers.
23- 2010 In-School final for the Ursuline
had some very interesting work to showcase with proto-types,
marketing plans and some excellent presentations. The group going
through to the Pfizer final showed outstanding teamwork and had done
so much towards their social enterprise.
22- 2010 Special Choices Event Diploma students were briefed at South Kent
College for their exciting role in the forthcoming Special Choices
Event. Students looked at customer care and the format for the day.
Their roles and responsibilities form a core part of the delivery
and such a positive group of young people will certainly rise to the
challenge on May 19th.
21/22- 2010 The art of a good interview Six people went to Folkestone
School for Girls for two days to interview students for a brand new
'internship programme'. The results were very impressive, with
students delivering outstanding interviews in many cases. Look out
for more information about this dynamic
20- 2010 Walmer Science College Year 8 Year 9 year 10 were all testing their
skills with various enterprise challenges at Walmer Science College.
Fantastic ideas from Year 10 and the group going through to the
Pfizer final have one of the best ideas yet according to the
employers supporting the day.
had a taster day to help make choices, a wonderful engineer
explained the world of fibre optics, in science the students looked
at the chemistry behind fireworks, public services were another area
of practical experience for the young people.
2- 2010 Get set - get enterprising Paralympic Values for your school.
31- 2010 Hartsdown Business of Enterprise An electric in-school final at
Hartsdown Technology School Great teams represented the school
for a tight final on the last day of term 4. The ideas were highly
creative and some futuristic, the employers were delighted with the
work of the young people. The team that will represent the school at
Pfizer Ltd are now beginning their preparation for the big
30- 2010 CSR for Diploma students at Level 2 and 3 Students work with employers to
find out the real meaning of CSR. Units 8 & 9 of the BAF level 2 and 3 set a
challenge for students to fully understand CSR and all its
complexities. March 30th saw groups of employers host students and
demonstrate their own CSR policies and procedures. The students were
well prepared with Q & A to help them maximise the professional
time spent with a range of employers, from International
Corporations to National household names to the small, local
was a great success and included some excellent presentations so all
the Diploma students were aware of all the variations to CSR even
for the companies their group were unable to visit. Thank you again
to the twenty employers involved and to the Diploma
26- 2010 Enterprising Primary Schools rise to the
challenge The Lip Product Challenge came to Newington
Primary School were it was met by some extremely creative and gifted
young students. Lip products of all scents and colours were produced
alongside vibrant posters and artwork. The presentations were hotly
contested and extremely professional, providing the judges with a
real headache when it came to choosing the overall winner.
25- 2010 Spires Academy Employability Day Spires Academy were put to the test on a day
designed to provide an insight into some of the skills potentially
required for a work based environment. Employability skills were
assessed by workshops dedicated to the themes of Creativity,
Teamwork, Business Finance and Marketing. The Year 10 acquitted
themselves admirably, rising to the many challenges set before them,
despite often being deliberately limited by time constraints and
18- 2010 Business Surgeries Thank you to all the employers who
have given their time and expertise to students in Business
Surgeries. The first in-school final has taken place at Hartsdown
Technology College and what results! The judges were very impressed
and argued for some time over which team best met all the criteria
to take the title, and represent the school at the final at
18- 2010 The
Royal Mail supports IT Diploma Students Students had a wonderful specialist
experience with the Royal Mail including four visits at 6.30am in
the morning ! The Royal Mail have set a challenge to all the Diploma
Group which will support the project. A realistic context set by an
employer is exactly what is required for dynamic delivery of this
diploma. The students have benefited from seeing the practical
application of their studies.
11- 2010 Swale
Skills Event - watch video The Kent Science Park was the venue for over
100 exhibitors to provide careers and qualifications advice to the
many schools of the Swale area. Stands were exhibited in the
Woodstock Centre and at the Kent Science Park itself who also
provided lab tours for students with a particular interest in
Marquee, set up on the grounds of the Woodstock Club, was home to
live music, choreographed dance moves and many exciting interactive
stands linked to the Construction and Engineering
given up by the employers was greatly appreciated by all who
attended and provided such a diverse range of career opportunities
to so many schools. There were many positives to take from the day,
as one student said: "The trip was amazing. I learnt a lot and a lot
of fun whilst learning. I would recommend it and would definitely go
again!" Swale Borough Council commissioned the event as part of
their vision for Skills and for the future of the area. 'A resounding success brilliantly
24- 2010 Lip
Product Challenge The Year 10 of Maidstone Grammar
Girls School produced some outstanding artwork and presentations as
the girls were set the task of creating a brand new cosmetic
company. The girls were invited to create their own lipstick
producing many varied and 'interesting' results with the help of the
science department. A good time was had by all. The EBP Presenters
on hand all commented on the high level presenting, that wouldn't
have looked out of place within a professional work based
environment. One student wrote "I enjoyed making the lip product. I would
recommend the day to every group. It increased my confidence and I
made new friends."
10- 2010 For me
or not for me? Ashford Year nine students at Christchurch
school were totally focused on their four chosen workshops delivered
by employers. Some chose construction, engineering, sports and
music, others retail, journalism, food and nutrition, health and
social care. Whatever the students chose they had some great
experiences to help them with important decisions coming up in the
future. The employers were very impressed with the focus and energy
shown in the workshops.
8- 2010 Combining Science and Languages for a fast
future Over 30 science and language based companies
and professionals set up stands to inspire the students of the Weald
of Kent Grammar School. Year's 10, 11, 12 and 13 were encouraged to
pursue science and language based careers whilst also highlighting
the importance of these subjects in any career
from the European Commission and Stemnet kicked off proceedings
stressing the wide range of job opportunities available within their
respective fields. The NHS, EDF Energy, Genzyme, Smiths Medical and
DSTL were some of the many professionals on hand to display lavish
stands and offer priceless advice to the excited students. Assistant
Headteacher Nick Oakley commented: "It was a great afternoon and students were
buzzing with interest."
2- 2010 Students talk to the experts The Marlowe Academy provided its students with
the unique opportunity to interact and converse with over twenty
companies on the subjects of career paths and future job
Army to the Police, Natwest to Thanet College, students were spoilt
by a feast of varied and unique employers. The day provided
invaluable face to face interaction that will have a positive
influence upon many of the student's future career and higher
25- 2010 A
successfull day A Whole school working together
completing four different enterprise challenges all in One day
proved a great success. The students were focused and worked so well
Throughout the day. Deputy Headteacher Alan Bailey wrote 'Our thanks
to all at EBP for making the 25th the success it
I have spoken to says it was a great day.' Employees from Denne gave
the 'Make it your Business' activity some truly professional
support. One student wrote 'I really enjoyed this project because it
brought people you don't know close together and got everyone
involved. It was brilliant'
19- 2010 Forensic challenge
complete 6 classes of years 4, 5 and 6 spent
the day completing a forensic challenge. One Pupil wrote 'The
forensic science day was really exciting to find out and discover, I
exspeshly liked meeting the suspects.' Another pupils said 'It was
really good I want to be a scientist'. Teacher Ms Lewis 'It was
fantastic, totally interactive, it engaged all the children, it was
very practical and superbly organised'.
18, 22 & 28-
2010 Borden Grammar School for Boys Dane Court St Georges C
of E School Ursuline College Excellent work completed by year 10s as they
tested their employability skills throughout the day. Teamwork,
Creativity, Leadership, Business Finance all tackled by the year 10
companies as they begin their journey to increasing their
understanding of the World of Work linked in partnership with local
11, 13 & 14-
2010 Journey into the world of enterprise Hundreds of year 10 students begin their
journey into the world of enterprise. Using all their skills each
youngster will be undertaking workshops in Creativity, Teamwork,
Finance and Marketing at the first class conference venue St
Augustine s Westgate.
by Employers and EBP presenters each team will have plenty of
professional advice and guidance as they develop a new business to
showcase in April 2010.
9- 2010 EBP
Kent - Happy New Year click here Thank You to all partners, we look forward to a
wonderful 2010 strengthening current partnerships and building new
14- 2009 Skill
Day @ Clarendon Year 10 teams from Clarendon House
Grammar School for Girls tested their Employability skills for a day
and experienced a different approach to problem solving. Evaluations
showed they thoroughly enjoyed the challenge.
17- 2009 Christmas Gifts @ Whitefriars Whitefriars Shopping Centre Canterbury hosted
teams of students selling their Christmas gifts as they prepare for
the Enterprise Challenge in the New Year. The companies proved to be
a popular attraction for the mass of Christmas shoppers and the
event was enjoyed by staff, students and the Business Volunteers.
17- 2009 What a
day! St Simon Stock students rose to the challenge
set by Coty to come up with a new lip product, to make it and show
the route to market. Students were exceptionally focussed and in the
words of one of the business volunteers 'a pleasure to work with throughout the day'.
21- 2009 EBP
Kent - Seasons Greetings The EBP Kent team will be preparing
for the new term until December 24th. Thank You to all partners,
please click here to receive our Seasons
Greetings, we look forward to a wonderful 2010 strengthening current
partnerships and building new ones.
8- 2009 Swale
Skills Event Read
PDF Employer meetings at Kent Science Park have
begun as part of the preparation for The Swale Skills Event taking
place on March 11th 2009. Participation local, regional and national
employers have all begun signing up to be part of this major event.
10- 2009 Stixx
Challenge One of Kent's most enterprising schools put
Year 8 to task with the Stixx Challenge. There was frantic activity
by all teams with extraordinary results, deadlines were met with
11- 2009 Manufacturing a Future 11 companies came together for a working lunch
to share their expertise and influence exciting developments for
East Kent. Manufacturing Engineers, Operational Directors and MDs
all keen to support innovative work for young people of
11- 2009 Enterprise Skills KS 3 students rose to the challenge and came up
with results in record time. Leadership, teamwork, communication,
problem solving and creativity were the skills required - HerneBay
High students showed they were well on the way to an impressive set
of employability skills.
1- 2009 Work
Related learning Day Another wonderful Work Related
learning Day for Maidstone Grammar School for
2 - 2009 Sport and Active Leisure Diploma
Teachers who will deliver Sport and Active
Leisure Diploma will visit a series of employers, facilitated by EBP
Kent. Employers will form a crucial part of the Diploma programme
Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov 16th-22nd
November- 2009 Business of Enterprise Employer
This year, twelve schools will be
participating in the Business of Enterprise and this week saw the
launch of the event for this year's participating
17 November- 2009 St Simon Stock School - School
30 employers provided a wonderful day to all
students at St Simon Stock. Students used their enterprise skills to
research and find out more about employers and their areas of
18 November- 2009 Young Dragons - LaunchRead PDF
The launch of the new and exciting Young
Dragons project happened this week at Chatham Outlet Centre. The
event was launched with a fantastic key note address from Peter
Holbrook, Chief Executive of the Social Enterprise "Sunlight
Wednesday 18 November-
2009 The Marsh Academy - Smoothie
A fantastic Smoothie Day at The Marsh
Academy involving their Year 9 students, as they learnt everything
about marketing their own Smoothie companies, including actually
creating a new Smoothie!
19 November -
2009 The Marsh Academy - Learn to
Six students were chosen from The Marsh
Academy's Year 11 to work within the heady world of event management
for EBP Kent. A number of challenges were set for the year group,
testing them on a host of enterprise skills which included
leadership and problem solving.
November- 2009 Young Dragons - East Kent LaunchRead PDF
The East Kent launch of the Young Dragons
project happened at The Marlowe Academy. Young Dragons is a new and
exciting project that supports groups of young people who want to
start up and run their own company.
Thanet Skillsfest 2009Read PDF Written by Ursuline College students
THANET schoolchildren gathered
at St Augustine's to take part in a skills festi-val on November 6
which allowed young people over Thanet to discover possible careers
for the future.
Foxwood School The students at Foxwood School have made
a beautiful calendar during an Enterprise Day. the calendar is now
on sale and all proceeds will go to the school. A limited edition!
Contact the school to bid to own one of these extraordinary
Critical Incident Day and Creative and Media
Day November 11 at Showcase Cinemas,
Bluewater. Society, Health and Development Diploma Students came
together to work with work with employers on their specialist
subject. From the judicial system to journalism from disaster
management to directing TV documentaries, the students had a go!
Smoothie Challenge St Simon Stock School in Maidstone had a
very successful Smoothie Day on 22 October 2009. Some fantastic
ideas were created by students and the presenters and business
people commented on the excellent creativity, team work and
entrepreneurial spirit of all the students.
West Kent Consortium Diploma Day A wonderful collaborative effort by
seven schools/colleges from West Kent took place at the Hop Farm.
The students worked with employers on Construction, Health &
Social Care, Creative and Media and completed some wonderful
Diploma Branding Day North Kent Gravesham 14-19 Consortium came together
as a complete group of Level two Diploma students at the Riverside
Community Centre. The students from 6 different schools and the
college produced some great results and the evaluations showed they
found the day extremely valuable.
Business students excel with East Kent
Employer Year 10 students worked with
Flambeau Europlast Ltd to resolve a problem set by the company. The
teams set to task instantly and the Dane Court students did an
excellent job. The pace was fast, and the work intense, with
deadlines to be met but the end results was well worth all the
Thanet Skillsfest Over 75 interactive exhibits enjoyed by
every single secondary school in Thanet plus several special
schools, the college and from 3.00pm the General Public. Employers
have been so generous with their time and expertise including
Dentistry, Architecture, Concrete Paving, Scaffolding, working with
Animals to name just a few.
Denne Construction and EBP Kent Ambassador
Training Congratulations to the Denne
Construction team and associated companies, who have now completed
this training. This training supports working in schools, taking
apprenticeships and work experience students.
Canterbury High School Held their first School Skills Fest this
week. All students met with a range of colleges and community
organisations, who provided information regarding career paths,
opportunities and training and interactive stands.
One employer, Steve Richards, SEA Limited
set up an advertising slogan competition for the school. Students
from Years 7, 8 and 9 entered the competition with the overall
winner being it s funky, it s cool, it s a great, great school!
Winning students were Georgia Simon. Maizie Scamp and Ella
Griffiths, who won a £20 HMV voucher.
Kent Marine Festival Newsletter Read PDF Written by Dane Court Grammar School
Congratulations and sincere gratitude To the thousands of employers who have
provided Work Experience opportunities for young people throughout
Kent during the academic year 2009 2010
Congratulations to Business of
Enterprise 2009 Overall Winners The Folkestone
Congratulations to Construct
with K'nex 2009 Inter Schools Final
Winners Lady Joanna Thornhill (Endowed) Primary
Congratulations to Brand
Margate 2009 Overall Winners Ursuline