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The tricky art of elephant eating

Elizabeth Feltoe | 1st February 2020

Did you notice this new year that lots of people were talking about their ‘goals’ rather than their ‘new year’s resolutions’? It might just be the circle of friends I have or the people that I see on Instagram, but it felt like a shift to me. I think it’s good – a new year’s resolution is something that could sound like (not always) “I will stop do

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The M-factor

Molly Rackham | 21st October 2019

What is the 'M-factor'? Mentoring! Mentoring is such a valuable tool that adds so much to somebody’s life. My experience of mentoring has been really positive and helped me to learn and grown in myself. By meeting with someone regularly and consistently really honestly has so many benefits. Here are some of the qualities that mentors have and why t

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Local company put Phase in the driving seat

Kieran Murphy | 24th May 2017

Local car sales and service business AZ Autos recently took on an exciting challenge to support young people and give two local students an opportunity to experience business in the driving seat. AZ Autos donated a car for Luke and Tom, two students from The Priory School to renovate, source parts, prepare for sale and then sell the car, with all

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The Bloodhound Project

Kieran Murphy | 28th January 2016

Phase hits over 1,000mph with BLOODHOUND Project Hitchin’s youth support charity Phase will hit new speeds when the unique BLOODHOUND Project - a global engineering adventure, using a 1000mph world land speed record attempt car launches later this year. The team behind the land speed effort are keen to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore

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Daily worship in schools

Paul Harris | 15th January 2016

Do you remember having daily worship at school? The secondary school I went to did this through having a 2 minute silence at 8.40 every morning during registration time. We were often given a thought for the day, probably to try and stop us from drifting off to sleep. It was well observed by students and was nice to do at the beginning of the day b

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New year, new start

Kieran Murphy | 5th January 2016

It's 2016 already and it provides an opportunity to reflect on the past year and to look forward to year ahead. Many people start New Years resolutions but then it soon falls to the wayside. So how do we start the way we mean to go on? Here is a great article to help inspire you for making the most of 2016. 31 days to keeping your resolution Worki

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