BIG aspirations for Bolsover School
We have recently renewed our B.I.G partnership with Bolsover School as we continue to collaborate with communities in inspiring the next generation. The aim of this partnership is to help young people develop their skills, aspirations and motivation to succeed in the world of work, and in particular to educate and encourage a career within the construction industry. It is key that students, now more than ever, have their horizons broadened and have the support to build for their futures. Gaining employability skills is essential, to both them, our industry and the economy.
Mr. Hall the Head Master at the School commented on the importance of having focus on future careers,
“Having a high quality careers provision at The Bolsover School has always been a priority, it is an integral part of the wider curriculum enabling our students to develop in well rounded, outward looking adults who will positively contribute to our community.”
He continued to highlight the excellent partnership in place,
“The partnership we have formed with Robert Woodhead Construction in recent years has been fantastic and truly beneficial to the students at The Bolsover School as they strive to be ‘Nothing but the Best’. I am so pleased that we are able to continue this positive partnership over the coming years.”
Here at Woodhead Group we strive to add value to the local economy, community and environment by building a culture of resilience so that our people can flourish and our supply chain thrives.
Janine Borderick, People Development Director at Woodhead Group also commented on the partnership,
“Working with Bolsover School is a fundamental part of building to inspire the next generation. I personally look forward to helping where I can, and the team love working with the students, whether it be through lessons in the classroom, providing experience at site or putting them through their paces in an interview. This is a great partnership, long may it continue and I look forward to employing more students from Bolsover School over the coming years.”