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Paul and Nigel (Directors of PLUS) were invited to talk to 35 John Leggott College students at a (virtual) employer Q&A session. This was a fantastic Employability Hub event organised by Kimberly Gough.
Anthony, one of our students, has made a high quality bird table as a Christmas present for one of his family.
The staff at Skills Centre PLUS would like to congratulate Sir Nic Dakin on his honour in recognition of his achievements and service.
We start the academic year with some training to prepare us for this out-of-the-ordinary time. Of course though, we ensure that we socially distance to be sensible!
Postman Pat and his black and white cat Jess have arrived at Normanby Country Park. PLUS students have helped to create the amazing duo for visitors of the park to see... and staff have been inundated with enquires about where Jess and Pat are!
End of term student awards!
One of our students has successfully enrolled onto an apprenticeship!
On 5th February 2020, we received a visit from the Department for Education, Carol McDermott was the specialist inspector sent from the Education and Skills Funding Agency to review our Post 16 SEND Provision. We are proud of the review and would like to quote you some elements from the report:
PLUS have developed a new support programme in light of recent global events. Supporting young people across North Lincolnshire, we began the programme on Wednesday 13th May 2020! Read on to find out more.
One step forward for the Normanby Plus Enterprise Centre
Creating cardboard table tennis bats!
Our supported internship Mark has constructed an owl box using plans found on the barn owl trust website.
PLUS International project in Bangladesh. Time was taken to visit the site of the £32 million school to see how the building works are progressing. The UK team held talks with the architects and planners on site, discussing a range of options for disabled access and facilities. It is great for PLUS to…
Today we have seen the amazing work done at the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed. Spending time with the children seeing how their lives are being changed through dedicated work here has been so moving.This is an incredible place!
Plus International Project Skills Centre PLUS Directors Nigel and Paul met with the Chairman and President of Best Holdings Limited (owners of Le Meridien Hotel) today in Dhaka. They are in Bangladesh as part of a UK delegation to support and advise on the development of a new £32 million state of the…
Skills Centre PLUS are delighted with the support from SSE towards the purchase of a minibus. This has enabled PLUS to broaden access to the Normanby PLUS Enterprise Centre. “Having the minibus helps transport young people from the most deprived wards across Scunthorpe and North Lincolnshire. We are…
Skills Centre PLUS Supported Internship students have been learning photography and photo editing as part of their occupational studies at Normanby Hall.
Skills Centre PLUS was very proud to be able to support Normanby Hall car show 2019. Our students and tutors gave a demonstration on green woodworking showing the general public what our students can achieve while studying at Normanby.
Skills Centre PLUS would like to congratulate Jordan on completing his IMI motor vehicle apprenticeship framework! All the best for the future!
Skills Centre PLUS took their support internship students to Liverpool's Anfield stadium as part of an end of year trip.
Skills Centre PLUS participated in the St Lawrence Academy Royal Navy visit. Students had the opportunity to talk to Flight Lt Jack Longstaff about the role of and aircraft engineering officer.
Scunthorpe Telegraph Golden Apple Awards 2018. Award Winners to all staff and students at Skills Centre PLUS. A Superb achievement! An amazing night with 4 finalists and 2 winners!
Skills Centre PLUS students have been selected as finalists in the Big Bang Fair at the NEC in Birmingham.
Breakfast TV Steph McGovern reported on the Big Bang Science and Engineering competition at the NEC Birmingham.
The year 10 students from the St Lawrence Academy in Scunthorpe participated in a range of engineering activities during the visit. They also found out about career pathways into engineering.
February 2016 will see two new satellite Centres open in London. The centres will initially focus on level 3 Business Management courses. The new centres are located in Whitechapel and Ilford.
We currently have funding for Apprenticeship training.
PLUS Satellite Centre prepares to open its doors for the first time. Paul has been working with the maintenance team preparing the premises.