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THE first day of a summer school project has seen Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock take to the role of teaching assistant.
- Teaching graduates take the direct route to the classroom
- Extra English and maths tuition all adds up for children
- Little graduates cap off a great year for Barrow nursery
- Small Cumbria school has big plans to support pupils’ careers
- Barrow pupils have a blast with geology project
- Only way is up as Furness Academy in Barrow helps pupils achieve
- Barrow tots don caps and gowns as they get set to graduate
- Apprentice Barrow hairdresser is at the cutting edge
A HEALTH student who is celebrating A-Level success says volunteering in an African hospital has been inspiring for her future career.
SIX weeks into this summer’s National Citizen Service, SARAH WILLIAMS, area manager for Inspira, gives an overview of one of the main outcomes of the programme
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A VIBRANT range of artwork will go on display at a school this summer, showcasing the talents of its students.
WITH thousands of new jobs being created in Cumbria, there is a desperate shortage of skilled people. Inspira’s chief executive Mark Bowman talked to AMY FENTON about its innovative Ready for Work programme which is set to be rolled out across the county having already proved to be a huge success at Sellafield