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Events in Schools - Spring 2019 (updated). Are you able to help?

DSLV Academy, Daventry Year 9.10, 11 AND 12 (14 – 17 Years of age) and their parents ‘Beyond DSLV Academy Fair - Businesses, Apprenticeships, Management Trainee Programmes, Universities and Colleges Tuesday 26th February 2019 14.30pm – 18.00pm DSLV Academy Years 9-12 would like to invite you along to help support them in highlighting various careers and progression routes the students can take either if they go straight to work after education or if they go to University. We would welcome businesses from all areas, businesses and training providers that offer apprenticeships schemes and companies that have management trainee schemes. We also would welcome all colleges and Universities to also support this event. We would like you to come along and hold a stand where we will have all students and their parents visiting you throughout the afternoon/evening to ask questions about your business and talk to you about their best options. We would like you to bring any information you use for recruiting and help us support our students for their next steps. Tea, Coffee and Biscuits/cake will be provided. Wootton Park School, Northampton Year 9.10, and their parents ‘Beyond Wootton Park School Fair - Businesses, Apprenticeships, Management Trainee Programmes, Universities and Colleges Monday 4th March 2019 14.00pm – 17.00pm Wootton Park School Years 9 & 10 would like to invite you along to help support them in highlighting various careers and progression routes the students can take either if they go straight to work after education or if they go to University. We would welcome businesses from all areas, businesses and training providers that offer apprenticeships schemes and companies that have management trainee schemes. We also would welcome all colleges and Universities to also support this event. We would like you to come along and hold a stand where we will have all students and their parents visiting you throughout the afternoon/evening to ask questions about your business and talk to you about their best options. We would like you to bring any information you use for recruiting and help us support our students for their next steps. Tea, Coffee and Biscuits/cake will be provided. Sponne School, Towcester Year 12 Sixth Form, Business Breakfast – Friday 8TH March 2019 Support our 6th Formers within areas they are looking to go into after Education. 11.30AM – 13.30PM Sponne School will be holding their annual business brunch on the above date. We are looking for employers/businesses from all walks of life, from accountants, electricians, plumbers, gym instructors, hoteliers etc. We would welcome you to come to the breakfast meeting and meet with our sixth formers and talk to them on a very informal basis on what your role is and how you got to where you are. Maybe talk about the positives of your role and also the pitfalls. You will be talking to maybe 2 or 3 students at a table over breakfast and I as I said it will be very informal. This morning has worked so well in previous years. We have had employers offer students work experience there and then and also lots of business cards have been exchanged to carry on the support in the future. Don’t forget there will be a wonderful spread of fresh fruits, croissants, Danishes, Tea and coffee. Sponne School, Towcester CV Preparation 6th Form Students Wednesday 13TH March 2019 13.45PM – 15.00PM (First half of the year group) Sponne School are looking for support for their 6TH form students in bringing together their CVs We welcome anyone from the world of work to come in and talk to the students about their CVs they will have already composed. To offer them advice and some inside secret top tips for their CVs and help offer any advice you have on CV preparation. We need the students to understand everything they do out of school is also an employability skill, ie dancing, part time jobs, football, after school clubs etc. We need to help our students get this on paper and for them to learn how they can stand out from the others on their CV. Plenty of refreshments throughout the morning. Sidney Stringer Academy, Coventry CV Preparation Year 10 Students Tuesday 26TH March 2019 8.30AM – 11.30AM Sidney Stringer School are looking for support for their year 10 students in bringing together their CVs We welcome anyone from the world of work or recruitment to come in and support the students with developing their CVs. To offer them advice and some inside secret top tips for their CVs and help offer any advice you have on CV preparation. We need the students to understand everything they do out of school is also an employability skill, ie dancing, part time jobs, football, after school clubs etc. We need to help our students get this on paper and for them to learn how they can stand out from the others on their CV. Plenty of refreshments throughout the morning. Sidney Stringer Academy, Coventry Year 9 Speed Interviewing Event – Thursday 28th March 2019 08.30am – 12.30pm Sidney Stringer Academy would really welcome you to come in and join them in supporting their Year 9 students with this fun but vital event of speed interviewing before the students go out on their own work experience week. The students will move from one business volunteer to another business volunteer and spend 5/8 minutes interviewing YOU!! Yes, they will be asking you questions about your job, how you got to where you are, the highs and lows of your job! This will give the students an insight into how many different job roles are out there in the world of work. Its quick fun fast paced but the students learn so much from these events. If you can do either session or both that will be super. There will be Danishes, lunch, cake and tea and coffee served throughout the day. Sponne School, Towcester CV Preparation 6th Form Students Wednesday 27TH March 2019 13.45PM – 15.00PM (Second half of the year group) Sponne School are looking for support for their 6TH form students in bringing together their CVs We welcome anyone from the world of work to come in and talk to the students about their CVs they will have already composed. To offer them advice and some inside secret top tips for their CVs and help offer any advice you have on CV preparation. We need the students to understand everything they do out of school is also an employability skill, ie dancing, part time jobs, football, after school clubs etc. We need to help our students get this on paper and for them to learn how they can stand out from the others on their CV. Plenty of refreshments throughout the morning. Guilsborough School, Guilsborough Food and Farming Challenge Day Year 7 Students Friday 29TH March 2019 08.45AM – 13.30PM The Farming Challenge Day for Year 7 students. This day is a great opportunity to help show our young students what farming is. We discuss what foods are grown on farm and about the farming of animals. After various research we ask the students to get into their teams and then they have to design their own farm. They first have to make plans on a small scale just with pencil. After that the fun begins with plasticine, pipe cleaners, cotton wool, colours, paints, tissue paper, modelling clay etc. It’s a really great day and the students learn so much. They will be looking at marketing, team work, communication skills, sales, sponsorship etc. It will be great if you would like to come along and help support the students, you don’t have to be farming experts. We believe that the students will also learn a lot from business input as well. It is a fun day and enjoyed by all. Lunch, Tea and Coffee will be all is made available throughout the day. Guilsborough School, Guilsborough Year 10 Speed Interviewing Event – Friday 29TH March 2019 08.30am – 12.00pm Guilsborough School would really welcome you to come in and join them in supporting their Year 10 students with this fun but vital event of speed interviewing before the students go out on their own work experience week. The students will move from one business volunteer to another business volunteer and spend 5/8 minutes interviewing YOU!! Yes, they will be asking you questions about your job, how you got to where you are, the highs and lows of your job! This will give the students an insight into how many different job roles are out there in the world of work. Its quick fun fast paced but the students learn so much from these events. If you can do either session or both that will be super. There will be Danishes, lunch, cake and tea and coffee served throughout the day. Samantha Fitzgerald M: 07702 048 618 E: samantha@proactiveeducation.co.uk www.proactiveeducation.co.uk

By: Proactive Admin.
On:04-02-2019

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