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Tutoring Maths English 11+ education

CAREER'S TALK: BUILDING RESILIENCE

Georgia Wilson

ACA, MSc, BSc
ICAEW Chartered Accountant
Centrica

 

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community education

BOOK LAUNCH

Roy Francis

Author ‘How to Make Gospel Music Work For You’ with Roy Francis.

Book Launch At Archbishop Tenison’s CE High School
Selborne Road, CR0 5JQ

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business and international English

CAREER'S TALK: BUILDING RESILIENCE

Lara Jonah
Registered and Chartered Forensic Psychologist
Her Majesty’s Prison Service (HMP)
National Specialist Lead for Domestic Abuse Interventions

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coaching and mentoring

SOCIAL INFLUENCER

Lee Townsend

Social Influencer from the Borough of Croydon

 

 

 

 

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coaching and mentoring

MY CAREER JOURNEY

Nicole Mason

Team leader – Civil service
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Serious Organised Crime

 

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Tutoring Maths English 11+ education

MY DREAM

Amare Gonzales   (https://lankellychase.org.uk/my-dream/)

I have a dream, to live in a world where all lives will truly matter. A world where there is equality, justice and
peace for all. A world with no stereotypes, where people are free to be whoever they want, without fear of being
judged by others.
Recently, there has been a series of protests across America and the world, in response to a death of a man called
George Floyd. George was a black male who died on the 25th May 2020, after being arrested by a number of
police officers. George was treated unfairly by the police and this resulted in his death. Many of the protesters are
upset because George is not the first black person to have died as a result of police violence.
People should not be treated unfairly due to the colour of their skin because we are all part of one race; the
human race. We…Read More

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community education

UNITY IN DIVERSITY

Fallon Terr  (https://lankellychase.org.uk/unity-in-diversity/)

You may be wondering what is unity in diversity? Unity in diversity means forgetting that we are
different and uniting as one!
Examples: If you are being nice to someone despite that they are different then you are displaying unity in
diversity; If you are being mean to someone (as they are different) then you are certainly not unifying in
diversity.
Why is it important? Unity in diversity is important as people may feel left out if they are treated badly
because of things they cannot change or don’t want to change: The country they were born in; their family,
their skin colour; their beliefs (e.g. Gods, Goddess)
And none of which is fair just because you are different. I have experienced being left out because of my hair
and skin colour. Although I am not quite Rapunzel…Read More

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business and international English

I HAVE A DREAM

Gaius Miller (https://lankellychase.org.uk/i-have-a-dream/)

For years people like Rosa Parks and Malcom X have fought for change, to end racial segregation and, for the rights
of black people. But today I am going to talk about Dr. Martin Luther King, arguably known as one of the most influential
civil rights activists. He strived to create the change across the United States (and beyond) where people would be
treated equally, regardless of their race. Dr. Martin Luther King started his journey as a minister, however due to social
injustice, racial discrimination and segregation in the United States, it cultivated a desire within him to speak out and
do more to aid the civil rights movement. His voice and passion helped him to try and bring people from different races
together in equality. He marched through the streets with thousands of non-violent demonstrators. Sometimes the…Read More

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coaching and mentoring

REACH YOUR GOALS

Gabriella Rose Miller

Don’t let people put you down.
Please don’t be a loser and listen to them. Let someone talk some sense into you.
Reach your goals, reach, reach your goals.
You’re not done, yet you have a goal to reach. Reach your goals, reach your goals, man or woman, black or white, reach your goals, reach your goals.
Your opponents may arise, but you’ve got something, they haven’t spark inside of you.
Reach your goals, reach your goals, man or woman, black or
white, reach your goals, reach your goals.
Don’t be depressed and make a mess, be good. Be nice you’ll make the future a surprise.
Who knows one day they’ll show kindness to you.
Reach your goals, reach your goals, man or woman, black or
white, reach your goals, reach your goals.
Happiness and love, love and happiness we should all
be in… H-A-R-M-O-N-Y Harmony! Harmony! Harmony!…Read More

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