On 23 January 2019 Georgia (Willingdon Community School, Year 11) and Helena (Eastbourne College, Year 13) went to see Lord Agnew, Under Secretary of State at the Department for Education. Georgia and Helena both spoke to the Minister about the Eastbourne Schools Partnership homework club, where pupils from Eastbourne College, mentor and assist younger pupils
Friday 11 January 2019, saw the last session of the Your Town, Your Futures, Your Ideas project. All the groups involved had the opportunity to pitch their ideas to an audience of local business’ and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce. Catherine Orbach, who facilitated the event through Culture Shift said “It was so impressive
Your Town, Your Ideas, Your Future is a project developed by Eastbourne Schools Partnership to give young people a chance to explore how they could make their town a better place to live and visit. The project started with a creative consultation event in June, attended by 89 young people from 8 Eastbourne secondary schools.
As a result of the pilot session which took place in June, Dr Hobbs from The Eastbourne Academy will be delivering a series of similar sessions over the next academic year. The event is called ‘Making Connections’, and aims to encourage deep thinking by pupils using group work. Each group is given three objects to form connections
To celebrate the year of Engineering 2018 Eastbourne Schools Partnership has been working on a joint venture with Lord Lucas to create an interactive project titled “Your Town Your Ideas Your Future.” Aimed at a range of young people from Eastbourne Schools, and based on the Creative Café model, young people from across the Eastbourne
“Improve yourself – Improve your world.” – This was the message highlighted to Students all over Eastbourne from motivational speaker Kheron Kenardo, as he embarked on his Eastbourne schools tour on the 7, 8 & 9 of March. Organised by Eastbourne Schools Partnership, Kheron has spent 3 days touring around 9 schools, an inspirational young
Click on image to play inserted video. Schools take creative approach for giant Eastbourne beach clean 10.00am – 2.00pm Friday 9 March 2018 150 students from six secondary schools in Eastbourne will head to their local beach to spend the day working with artists, scientists and teachers, researching and exploring the impact of plastics on
On Friday 19 May pupils from the Eastbourne Schools Partnership worked together as waiters at the annual fund raising lunch for St Wilfrid’s Hospice. All the pupils had previously taken part in an afternoon’s training, and between them they served 270 guests. Over £50,000 was raised, equivalent to the salaries of two qualified nurses.