Friday, 20 October 2017

Job swap

Students from the Langley Academy in Slough worked as curators, marketing managers and audience development officers

Students from the Langley Academy in Slough worked as curators, marketing managers and audience development officers at the River and Rowing Museum in Henley as part of National Takeover Day. The year 9 pupils received mentoring from staff to develop and market a mini-exhibition focused on Paralympic and adaptive rowing in support of their GCSE PE studies. They were met by Henley Mayor Lorraine Hillier, who viewed the exhibition in the foyer and talked to the students. The aim of the day is to encourage organisations to involve children and young people in their work and decision-making



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