East meets west in business visit
STUDENTS at All Hallows Catholic College welcomed visitors from Korea to show them how the school operates.
The school, which specialises in business enterprise education, was selected by The Co-operative College to share its values and ideas with the guests from Korea, and welcomed a party of 10 visitors together with a translator.
Jane Lynch, faculty leader in Enterprise at the college, organised a packed programme for the visitors.
Students Oliver Franklin and Dominic Cook led a tour of the outdoor enterprises, while James Bradbury worked with his team of assistants to give them an insight into the stationery retail function of the college and The Stalls Project. Sixth Form students Megan Royle and Harry Jaques joined as they toured the Business and Enterprise classrooms, meeting students from year eight and year 12.
Tony Billings, college principal, said: “We really value our links with the Co-operative college and a sense of being part of an international global community is really important for our students learning, career prospects and aspirations.”
●● All Hallows pupils and staff with their Korean visitors