January, 2009

Update on Science Ambassadors in the South West - January 10, 2009

Dear Susie, I am just writing you an email to keep you up to date with our Science Ambassador progress in the South West. Last week Rhian and I met with Roland Lovatt, the head master of Yeo Moor Primary School. Following a tour of the school we discussed how our involvement could coordinate with [...]

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Jen in Warrington - January 7, 2009

Jen’s project arose from a meeting with Stephen LeClere and others from the Young Generation Network on 15 January, which included a presentation on Energy Foresight – a set of teaching resources for Key Stage 4 that present energy, production, nuclear power generation, nuclear medicine, radioactivity and related issues in personal and social contexts. Jen [...]

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A ‘Thank You’ from Fairbridge -

Dear Susie, It was lovely to speak with you today and following on from our conversation I would really like to thank you for the donation sent through. As a charitable organisation the donations Fairbridge receive really help us to continue to provide a fantastic service to young people, so are always greatly received. I [...]

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Chisom at Leytonstone -

This project aims to use Chisom’s skills (Maths, Finance, Business) in a way which also enables her to play the role of STEM Ambassador and to meet the footprints challenge of exciting young people about the STEM subjects in a creative way. The project involves young people from Year 9 at Leytonstone Business and Enterprise [...]

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The best kept careers secret? - January 5, 2009

nucleargraduates… the best kept careers secret?

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Home and Away: Mikey Kelk - January 1, 2009

Two nucleargraduates miss home but that’s all they have in common. Cumbrian Alex Stewart is leaving his home county & Southerner Mikey Kelk is arriving in it.

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