AN Ellesmere Port Scout group has spread some community cheer by lending a helping hand at an older people's home. The 1st Great Sutton Scouts recently visited Abbeyfield in Ellesmere Port, which provides supported living for older people, as part of the Scouts’ ‘A Million Hands’ programme.
Henry Smith MP has welcomed the news that Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School, Ifield Community College, the Gatwick School and Thomas Bennett Community College are among the 2,820 secondary schools across England that will be hosting a summer school over the school holidays, as part of the Government’s £200 million Summer School programme.
With nearly 18% of its workforce unfilled, D&D London has launched a Summer School for those without hospitality experience, with the opportunity to apply for a vacancy at the group. Tom Vaughan talks to D&D London co-founder David Loewi and head of training .
County High School Leftwich to hold summer event for Year 7 CHILDREN making the step up from primary to high school in Northwich are being given a helping hand this summer. The County High School Leftwich is holding its first ever ‘Summer School’ which will run from from Monday, August 9 – Friday, August 13.
ReWired Dance are pleased to be celebrating the first ever Summer School which is provided to children in Midsomer Norton and the surrounding areas completely free of charge – and with some very special guests. ReWired Dance is a newly formed Community Dance Group set up by Jenna Morgan, Sarah Johnson, Nicola Phippen-Holcombe, Paul Morgan and Laura Arthur – five parents from the local area who wanted to see positive change in the community.
Schools in Penrith and The Border are among the 2,820 secondary schools nationally that will receive funding through the £200 million Summer School programme. 542,710 pupils are expected to attend a face-to-face summer school this year, with around three quarters of eligible mainstream secondary schools taking part. The programme will play a key role in helping pupils catch up on their learning as part of the UK Government’s £3 billion education recovery plan.
Summer schools help Swindon pupils catch up during holidays THE town's MPs have welcomed the announcement schools in Swindon are among those in England that will be hosting extra-curricular activities over the holidays. It is part of the government’s £200 million Summer School programme which will provide a range of options to help children catch up on their education.
The former Primary pupils are taking part in summer schools at Secondaries in Cleethorpes, Louth and New Waltham after missing the usual taster days Hundreds of 11-year-olds have returned to class just days after schools broke up for the summer holidays. The former Primary pupils are all taking part in Summer Schools to smooth their transition into Secondary academies next month after the usual term-time taster days had to be cancelled due to Covid restrictions.
FOUR schools in Barrow and Furness are among the 2,820 secondary schools across England that will receive funding through the £200 million Summer School programme. 542,710 pupils are expected to attend a face-to-face summer school this year, with around three quarters of eligible mainstream secondary schools taking part.
Mayor Andy Burnham tells Summer School participants their generation will ‘put right the chaos in politics’
MAYOR of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham told participants at MP Debbie Abrahams’ Working for Your Community Summer School that they will ‘put right the chaos in politics’. Mr Burnham made a guest appearance at the MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth’s eighth Summer School, speaking to the 18 to 24-year-olds on Zoom.
After months of preparation, East Riding Theatre will welcome the return of live audiences in a programme of exciting taster events fit for music lovers, students, cult comedy fans, and more, starting in July. On Saturday 24 July, the theatre will host an intimate music night featuring the angelic and gentle folk-Americana of singer-songwriter, Edwina Hayes.
MP Debbie Abrahams said she hopes to ‘nurture the next generation of community activists’ as her eighth annual Summer School begins. The MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth welcomed participants to her Working for My Community Summer School, which is being held online for the second year running due to Covid.
A free online educational course for teenage students in Shropshire is a sell-out. Commencing this week, all 200 places on the Concord College programme have been filled with participants from around the world. Students taking part will have the opportunity to enjoy three weeks of ‘active study’ completing a total of 15 tasks within weekly themes to experience integrated subjects on offer at Concord Summer School.
Summer holiday activities , Welbeck Estate near Worksop Creative activities ranging from sculpture to performance are featured in the variety of events planned for children by The Harley Gallery, based on the Welbeck ducal estate.The gallery has organised weekly arts and crafts activities throughout the school holidays, including a Summer School (running from August 2 to 6) for six to 12-year-olds and paint-a-pot sessions running on Thursdays.During the week-long programme, children will get the chance to create huge pieces of art with a giant spirograph on the ground.T here will also be a natured themed day where youngsters can create art out of natural materials collected within the Welbeck estate.
D&D London is to launch a paid summer school training programme that aims to secure employment for people looking to enter hospitality but have little or no previous experience. The inaugural Summer School will take place during the week commencing 5 July and will see 30 participants take part.
They certainly look and sound like any other summer day camps, with kids playing ball and hula hooping and doing arts and crafts. This is year is different, though. “We always have summer learning loss, but this year, it’s almost two years, probably, of some learning loss, so it’s really important,” said Rachel Spector of the Children’s Trust.
Excitement builds for Cumbrian performers with the Stagecoach Summer School! Following the success of their virtual summer school during lockdown, one team is thrilled to be hosting their in-person classes once again – with an exciting summer ahead for students. Performing arts school, Stagecoach, is set to hold its Summer School next month, and with the group finally able to come together for sessions again, they couldn't be more excited to get cracking.
Southport songbirds are getting an incredible chance to let their inner stage star shine through at a special musical theatre summer school. Vocal coach Gabrielle Zanobini is holding a week-long summer camp in Birkdale this coming August which includes a series of professional workshops of drama, dance, singing and character building exercises.