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Students who took part in last years 5 Star Futures programme with our business partners DWF, turned the tables in the classroom.
All Hallows was visited by over 20 business leaders and representatives of organisations who work with or are considering working with the Business in the Community (BITC) team. Students showed off the skills and learning the had received as part of the partnerships with BITC and DWF by leading on a series of short workshops, encouraging participation and helping to demonstrate the value of business support in schools and on this form of educational enrichment.
The students who took part said 'We hope that we have been able to encourage new businesses to wok with schools, we have benefited greatly from the experience and continue to use the skills learned as we look to life after All Hallows;'
All Hallows is in our fourth year of a partnership programme with DWF law firm from Manchester, 2015 will see the third round of year 10 pupils take part in the firms 5 Star Futures Programme.