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Community partnerships, work experience and a vocational curriculum

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10 March 2021
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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This is part of our series of webinars for Natspec members where experts from across the specialist sector contribute their knowledge on different topics.


Julliet Doherty Head of Post 16 Education at Wargrave House LEAP College, introduces the principles and practice which underpin the college’s award-winning partnership work with community organisations. The Friends of Lyme and Wood Community Project has developed from a small original collaboration providing work experience opportunities to a larger project with several other community partners. Students are part of a five-to-ten-year plan for park development and are “integral” to the community benefit of maintenance and development of park land and local environmental projects. Wargrave House Leap College is the winner of the 2020 Natspec Award for Partnership working.


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