Really enjoyed the event at Spoone School. I'm always impressed by how well organised the Proactive Education events are and how they run, this one was as smooth as silk as always.
By: Sean Ellis
Just to say how much I enjoyed my visit to Sponne School. The new format was brilliant for me, the introduction of questions to the pupils enabled me to relate my answers to them. Looking forwards to my next visit.
By: Richard Collins
I am so glad and honoured to be able to help Sam with her presentations to schools and totally admire her commitment and vision to help young people onto the career ladder. Our teenagers all need a Sam in their lives!
By: Lisa Masters
A dynamic and engaging provider of "beyond-the-classroom" youth training: creating excellent learning opportunities and life skills experiences. Coupled with this, Samantha has the credibility to engage with business and educational professionals to generate training/experience opportunities, representing her organisation to maximise the fullest potential in a difficult climate
By: Mark Whall
â€śI have really enjoyed the day. It has been a great opportunity for me to share my knowledge and experience with the Year 8 students. Despite the students being in an early stage of their secondary education, it gives them the chance to get away from the day-to-day class and put into practice other skills they will need to develop in their future careersâ€ť.
By: Sarah Farrell
FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL - WEDNESDAY 21ST MARCH
Students knew exactly what they were doing when I joined them at period 2.
By: Mr Cope
GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY WED 21ST MARCH 2018 â€“ well planned/organised â€“ range of resources for kids to use, etc. Students enjoyed it. Easy for staff to manage. Nice touch to get the Weetabix personalised cereal boxes
By: Mr Thompson
GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE 21ST MARCH 2018
though it went really well! All students knew what was expected of them and worked well in groups. Mrs Fitzgerald was fantastic facilitating everything and we had plenty of resources.
By: Mr Woods
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENEGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018
The students did really understand what they were meant to do directly after the assembly (P1). They were excited and enthused by the task so it appears it was pitched at the right level.
By: Mr Jackson
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018Work with different people
Using peoples different skills to make the project work
Met different people/ employers
Used different skills from different school subject areas
GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 7RHTN Fun, enjoyed the task. Liked working in groups on something different. Good to see what they have to think about
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018 7CPE It was enjoyable.
Something different, not the conventional timetabled lessons.
Lots of materials to use to make the farms.
7DNN enjoyed the topic, types of farms, group work, very creative day, great resources â€“ Overall good insight into Farming
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018 7JFF Teamwork, Communication & Leadership skills all developed
Students all enjoyed it
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 7PRD
They knew enough information about the jobs
Being able to do independent work was good
Nice change to normal lessons
Liked having different teachers for the lessons
Liked the creative side of it (making the models)
Liked learning about new things whilst having fun
Liked the group work
Liked using the plasticine
Working with other students â€“ groups chosen
Price limit/budget not given â€“ just told to be reasonable
Good having more than lesson â€“ really enjoyed being able to plan it and make it properly
Thank you very much for your email.
AG was a pleasure to have and we would be delighted to have any future students who are interested in Interior Design.
You are the first school/college to acknowledge us taking students so thank you.
Many thanks for this, it will look good on the wall.
Iâ€™m glad we could offer a placement.
Myself and Sharnee from Adecco would just like to let you know what a pleasure it was to come down and meet the students . All of the students in our class were very pleasant and more interactive than I imagined. Despite it being a bit of a boring topic sometimes they all seemed to know quite a lot and there was some fantastic students in our class who knew so much!!
I hope the students found it useful and managed to get a head start on creating their own CVâ€™s.
Many thanks for inviting us.
By: Amy Harrison
Thanks for the opportunity to learn from these young students and to talk about my business.
Just wanted to send you a short note regarding todayâ€™s speed interview session at Shenley Brook End.
I must confess to being slightly apprehensive beforehand, as this is the first time that I have participated in an event like this.
I have to say that I found it very rewarding. The Y10 pupils were very attentive and I genuinely felt that they were benefitting from the whole experience.
By: Anthony Britton
Thank you for allowing me to take part. Another great day for the kids they were fully engaged and enjoyed the challenge.
Shame you never got to throw the curve balls in, but there were some great ideas and designs.
Sorry I missed the last few minutes. LEt me know if you are stuck in future and I will try and help out. If not see you next year.
Hello, just wanted to say thanks for making yesterday's event run so smoothly! The students were all great - very pleasant, polite and interested. I was lucky to have a high proportion who were interested in science and medicine, so hopefully it was interesting for them too. The route into my job was not intentional - I had no idea my job existed until I applied for it 10 years ago - and I think that may have helped some of them realise the rest of their life does not hinge on what they choose now. Thanks, and hopefully see you next year!
By: Lindsay Napier
The pupils were attentive, engaged and keen to learn, lots of questions in the feedback session. They appeared genuinely appreciative for the experience. I look forward to doing it again next year.
By: Andrew P Davies
Good to see you again yesterday.
I thought the event was great as where Iâ€™ve done careers talks before you find that maybe a handful of students are interested in law whereas the rest donâ€™t want to be there, so this smaller groups format was a really good idea.
If there are any others that you need a Solicitor to help out at then Iâ€™d be more than happy to do so. I work in Kettering but live in Rugby so can cover off a fairly wide geographical area if needed.
I just wanted to say a big thank you to you for all your hard work organising the business breakfast it was a great event and I have had so many students talk to me opportunities open to them. I am getting some feedback from the tutor groups tomorrow so can pass this onto you.
I will also ensure I send the pictures across to. Thanks once again.
Miss B Nunley
Head of Sixth Form / Teacher of PE
By: Miss B Nunley
A massive thank you to all involved in this. I want to thank Emma Pearson
for organising all of this and to Sam Fitzgerald (the outside business
person from Proactive Education) who was enthusiastic and organised the
business people (one ex-Shenley Brook End students in there too!).
I would say, talking to business people, students and staff that it went
By: Dave Greenhalgh
Hi Sam, just a note to say what a lovely group of young people we met at Campion yesterday. They were largely shy and some were nervous but all were polite, listened and i hope seemed to get a lot out of the experience. It was a pleasure to help such lovely youngters in how to think about interviews.
Please pass on my compliments to the Head Teacher!
By: Elli Durante
Thank you so much for inviting us to Kineton School. I thoroughly enjoyed the morning. The students were a pleasure to work with!
By: Janet Hickinbottom