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Motivation Conference - 13th May
Year 9 students from King Harold Academy and Debden Park High School attended a Motivation Conference funded by the YES Partnership at the Marriott Hotel, Waltham Abbey .
Students had the opportunity to take part in team building exercises which included building a paper tower, brain profiling, goal setting and meeting with employers.
The aim of day was to inspire and motivate young people.
Students had an informative day and enjoyed a three-course lunch at the Cast Iron Grill.
At the end of the conference certificates of attendance were presented to students by Loughton Town Mayor councillor Philip Abraham and Waltham Abbey councillor Ann Mitchell.
Each student also received a career goal plan for their future studies and careers.
King Harold Academy hosted a Breakfast for Business event (Thursday, May 3) when students networked with local employers over a full cooked breakfast.
At the end of the event employers were invited to tour the school.
Head of Careers Jaci Hammond said: "We had fantastic support from our local business community and our students enjoyed taking part in this exciting networking event."
The school thanks Coachmen Financial Services, Department for Work & Pensions, Marriott Hotel, Pellikaan Construction, People for Places Leisure, The Rotary Club, Magnetix Wellness, Sainsbury's Waltham Point, Vibrant Partnerships, Yes Partnership and Vision of Britain for their support.
03.05.2018 - King Harold Academy