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Inspiring students at WorldSkills UK LIVE

  • Leeds City College

    Leeds City College

    Corey Roebuck, Head of Year from the 14+ Apprenticeship Academy and Leeds City College is a second-timer at WorldSkills UK LIVE as he feels his students get a lot from it

  • All Saints Catholic High School

    All Saints Catholic High School

    Phil Richardson of All Saints Catholic High School in Sheffield thought a lot about whether to bring his students to WorldSkills UK LIVE (2019), and a key driver was the scale of the event and variety of exhibitors.

  • Harris Church of England Academy, Rugby

    Harris Church of England Academy, Rugby

    Andrea O’Brien Head of Careers at Harris Academy is an enthusiastic spokesperson on how WorldSkills UK LIVE can benefit her students.

  • Hartshill School

    Hartshill School

    Debbie Partridge Careers Adviser thinks that WorldSkills UK LIVE is a real benefit for her students. “I thought WorldSkills UK LIVE was brilliant this year.

  • Humphrey Perkins School

    Humphrey Perkins School

    Christine Greenhall, Head of Careers for Humphrey Perkins School is a WorldSkills UK LIVE devotee. “This was my third visit! I think it gets better each year, with more contributors each time.

  • Our Lady and St Chad Catholic Academy

    Our Lady and St Chad Catholic Academy

    Christopher Durkin, Assistant Head Teacher continues to be impressed with WorldSkills UK LIVE, having visited with students four times. “I thought it was very, very good.

  • The Market Bosworth School, Nuneaton

    The Market Bosworth School, Nuneaton

    Beth Luker, Careers Lead at a secondary school in Leicestershire feels her students get a great deal out of WorldSkills UK LIVE.

  • Wyvern

    Wyvern

    Katie Bruce is a first-timer at WorldSkills UK LIVE and travelled from the South coast to Midlands with a hundred students from year nine and benefited from the travel bursary and funding from Careers and Enterprise Company.

  • Walsall College

    Walsall College

    Walsall College is a provider of vocational courses and was rated outstanding by Ofsted. The college has attended WorldSkills UK LIVE from the very beginning to help their students get hands-on with their future careers.

  • City of Birmingham School

    City of Birmingham School

    City of Birmingham School, Birmingham City Council’s Pupil Referral Unit, provides personalised educational programmes to pupils aged 5 to 16. They have attended WorldSkills UK LIVE every year since 2015.

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