29 Nov Wargrave House Newsletter November 2021
I hope our newsletter finds you all safe and well. We have enjoyed a wonderful week of learning here at Wargrave House. In spite of the changes in the weather we have managed to sustain many educational visits off site including; Engage students Horse Riding, BASE5 visiting Green Slate Farm for a work Experience visit alongside swimming and outdoor forest schools which have also taken place.
We are very proud to share the news that our post 16 learning provision, led by Julliet Doherty was recognised as the most ‘Outstanding Community Collaborator’ through the North West ‘Educate Awards’ held in Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, last Friday evening, 19th November. This success underpins the incredible achievement of our whole post 16 team who are systematically providing enriched learning experiences for all students enhancing our students future employability prospects through such purposeful networking across our community which is consistently embedded within their learning offer.
On behalf of our Governors and Trustees, I would like to thank Julliet for this much deserved success which is continues to consistently demonstrate our unique offer for our young people.
I wish the best weekend possible,