Staff and students at Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) are launching an initiative to build more dynamic, strong and fruitful relationships with business in the local area and beyond.
BSCS headteacher Steve Moir explains:
“We believe that education and business should be working together to ensure our students access the knowledge and skills they need to learn for the future.”
The school is launching the programme by inviting local employers to join them at a Business Breakfast, where they hope to talk informally about how to build robust and meaningful relationships that are a win-win for those involved.
Staff intend to plan dynamic projects that will be focussed on supporting students to develop the key employability skills that both they and businesses need.
The event takes place on Friday 31st March at Bradley Stoke Community School, between 7.45am and 9am.
To register interest, email celia.arberry AT bradleystokecs.org.uk
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