Complementary Education Centres, Northamptonshire

| November 18, 2008 | 7 Comments 

Today we had the pleasure to meet and work with the staff of the Complementary Education Centres in Northamptonshire. Complementary Education is an education provision for pupils who have been permanently excluded from school and school age mothers. Colleagues joined us from the 7 centres:

William Knibb CE KS3, Kettering, (Permanently Excluded Pupils)

Forest Gate CE KS4 Mixed, Corby, (Permanently Excluded Pupils)

Cromwell CE KS4 Boys, Northampton, (Permanently Excluded Pupils)

London Road KS4 Boys, (Permanently Excluded Pupils)

Fairlawn CE KS4 Girls, Wellingborough, (Permanently Excluded Pupils)

Overleys CE, Northampton, (School Age Mothers)

Oaklands CE, Corby, (School Age Mothers)

There are restrictions on what we can record but we had a GREAT day. Thanks all, and well done indeed!

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. mary rose says:

    I really enjoyed today. You gave me many good ideas and I a keen to make use of them to help inspire the young adults I teach. Thank you so much and I wish you well.

  2. Cathy says:

    Fantastic day. Had loads of fun and learnt things too! Can’t be bad.

  3. Karen Naylor says:

    One of the best training days ever. Thanks

  4. Lynette says:

    In the words of our young people – today was ‘bare sick’!

  5. Maxine says:

    One of the best training days I have been involved in in a long time. You have inspired me to look at things differently and get my mind racing with new ideas. Thank you.

  6. Jan says:

    Fantastic day, thank you. I have never enjoyed a better training day. It was interesting, funny, and held my attention throughout. I am sure that i will use many of the things you showed us in the future.

  7. James says:

    A great day – something for eveyone. I particularly liked the tips on using powerpoint and internet searching

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