August Round up

10th August Help for Heroes Collection

Sue had her bucket at the ready as she joined volunteers and shoppers at Tesco in Aldershot, collecting donations  in support of Help for Heroes. This fantastic charity is close to the hearts of so many local families and shoppers were pleased to contribute to a great cause. In particular Sue commented that she was “particularly pleased to see so many young people helping with the collection”.

15th August 2019

A Level Results Day Celebrations at The 6th Form College Farnborough.

Such an important date for hundreds of Rushmoor students to wake up to – A level results day!  Sue was delighted to be invited along to the 6th Form College to join in the celebrations as the College students, once again, surpassed all expectations. Against a backdrop of linear A levels and more rigorous assessments intended to prepare young people for their next steps, the College students achieved a fantastic pass rate of 99.2%.

Sue tells us “it was great to see the students so excited receiving their results – they have worked really hard, supported by excellent staff and leadership”

18 August

Sue was invited to attend  President’s Day at Farnborough Bowl and was delighted to receive a cheque for £20 to go towards her charities as well as a Farnborough Bowl keyring!

Sue commented ”What a lovely afternoon to watch a game of bowls; and it was particularly pleasing to see the different generations competing”. I would love to see more young people taking up this sport and will do all I can to spread the word”

31 August

Teej Celebrations

Today Sue went along to the Samual Cody campus as a guest at the Teej Celebrations and gave a speech celebrating “being a woman and our ability to multi-task”.  Sue learned so much about some fantastic ladies who are truly inspirational, ranging from a fantastic lady who supports children whose parents are imprisoned to the inaugural Miss Nepal! “Times they are a changing” commented Sue “and it is inspirational to see how these women are helping their communities to move forward”.

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