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Thursday, 6 August 2020

Keep Your Distance - Slow The Spread



For all the latest updates click HERE


Wednesday, 5 August 2020

Exam Results - What Next?



Exams and assessments were cancelled this year due to Coronavirus (COVID19) but most students will still receive grades in time to progress to further study or employment.

You will find resources online to explain how results will be calculated, and the options available if your child does not receive the grade they wanted.

To read more online, click HERE


Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Supporting The Unsung Hero - Limited Spaces For Upcoming Course Starting 25th August


Do you want to achieve your ambition of starting your own business but do not have the confidence, knowledge or resources to do so?

The University of Wolverhampton aims to support serving Armed Forces personnel, Veterans, Reservists and their families by providing quality courses designed to enhance personal and professional development, translating their knowledge and experience into nationally and internationally recognised qualifications that can be transferred into their role within the Armed Forces and future careers.

They have limited spaces left for the above course so if you wish to join please contact them to secure your place. You can email Beverley at suh@wlv.ac.uk for further information and to book your place.

To visit the website click HERE


Wiltshire Council Are Seeking An Armed Forces Outreach Officer


An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for a consortium of councils in the South West to deliver Outreach to the military community and improve the delivery of the Armed Forces Covenant via an Outreach vehicle with deployments up to 3 days a week.

The consortium of councils are looking for a suitably experienced and skilled individual with extensive knowledge of the Armed Forces community for the role of a Regional Outreach Officer to develop, drive and manage the Mobile Veterans Outreach Support Service and educate on and promote the Armed Forces Covenant.

To read more about the role, click HERE


Gov.uk - My Way In Campaign For Job Search Inspiration


Not sure where to start your job search? Get inspiration, tips and advice for landing the right job with My Way In.

My Way In shares stories and advice from people in work and employers all across the UK. You’ll find tips to help you broaden your experience and the number of jobs you have access to as well as information about the industries which are likely to have vacancies in the future.

To visit the website, click HERE


Results Summary Of COVID19 Risk Assessment For Civil Service Departments


This document sets out the summary of the results of the COVID19 risk assessments for Civil Service Departments.

To read the results summary please click HERE​


The Warrior Programme - Newly Released Online Course Dates


























To read more on the website, click HERE


Cash In On Your Clothes



Every year an estimated 336,000 tonnes of used clothing gets thrown in the bin in the UK. There is absolutely no need for any clothing or textiles to make its way into a bin and this is both a significant environmental loss and a missed business opportunity.

Love Your Clothes was launched in 2014 to address this issue and help inspire and influence consumers to make small conscious changes to reduce the impact of clothes on the environment. 

It aims to improve the sustainability of clothing across its life-cycle, and influencing consumer behaviour is a major part of that. Why? Because the most significant opportunity for reducing the environmental impact of clothing lies in increasing the active life of the clothes we wear.

To visit the informative website, where you'll also find a library of tips, videos and guides, click HERE


The Big Colerne Yard Sale - Sunday 16th August







































Maps are being finalised but so far there are over 70 households taking part across Colerne village, Thickwood and North Colerne.

Updates will be posted on the Facebook page


Army Named In The Times Top 50 Employers For Women


The British Army has been included in The Times' Top 50 Employers for Women 2020.

This is the 10th year that the Times' Top 50 Employers for Women has been published, in partnership with Business in the Community.

To read more online click HERE​