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Special thanks to local business for work experience support

16 July 2019  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

The S The School and Sixth Form College are extremely appreciative of the amazing support received from local businesses that enables our Year 10 and Year 12 students to spend a valuable week on work experience each year.  The Richmond Business Network meets each month for a business breakfast meeting and this month the event was hosted in the Sixth Form bistro, providing a great opportunity for us to thank the businesses for their commitment to the work experience programme. Three students were invited to meet the guests and talk to them about their successful work experience placements.  Year 10 students, Rowan Kodsi-Hall, Holly Brydon and Adam Dixon all received exceptional feedback from their placements. The School and Sixth Form College are extremely appreciative of the amazing support received from local businesses that enables our Year 10 and Year 12 students to spend a valuable week on work experience each year.  The Richmond Business Network meets each month for a business breakfast meeting and this month the event was hosted in the Sixth Form bistro, providing a great opportunity for us to thank the businesses for their commitment to the work experience programme. Three students were invited to meet the guests and talk to them about their successful work experience placements.  Year 10 students, Rowan Kodsi-Hall, Holly Brydon and Adam Dixon all received exceptional feedback from their placements.   Ms Mannion, Careers Leader, commented: “For the work experience programme to be a success, we rely on the goodwill of our partner businesses, and the contribution that our Year 10 and Year 12 students have made this term certainly makes it easier for us to build long term relationships with the different organisations. The students were wonderful ambassadors for Richmond School.”

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