Role Model Event at Parklands High School

Mon 9 Mar 2015 | 11 a.m. - noon


Organizer

Parklands High School

Southport Road
Chorley
PR7 1LL

Tel: 01257264596
Web: http://www.parklandsacademy.co.uk

Event location

Phil Lawson

Managing Director
Virtue Technologies Limited


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Tony Lockwood

Founder & CEO
All About Success Ltd.


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Liz Hardwick

Co-Founder
Community Media Association


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About the Business Leaders

These business leaders have been chosen because their companies are growing quickly.

About the teacher and students

The event was created by Clare Batson for 100 students at Parklands High School aged Age 14 - 15.

Event description

The school is an 11-16 Converter Academy, converting in Sept. 2012. The pupil population constitutes a comprehensive intake with an even distribution curve, ranging from pupils with significant and varied special learning, social and emotional needs, to exceptionally able children.
The school's motto is LEARN, RESPECT, ASPIRE, ACHIEVE - these values underpin the school's ethos and vision that every child has the capacity to achieve their potential, to be the best they can be, supported by an environment which is both nurturing socially, morally and spiritually and intellectually challenging. A priority for the school is to ensure that pupils develop into 21st Century learners with the knowledge and transferable skills they will need to compete in a global economy
Event to run as part of a whole day 'Aspire' programme


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