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WOHAA’s 10th birthday selfie competition

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Do the Santa Run!

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Wings of Hope and SAVE project – Evening tuition classes for slum children in Chennai start in great earnest.

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Warm Greetings from SAVE Trust!

 

Thank you much madam for the kind appreciation and trust on SAVE Trust. We will update the entire process of the work related to the project at all time. Really SAVE Trust would be an evidence to Wings of Hope through our commitment and hard work.

 

On behalf of staff, teachers, volunteers and students once again we thank the founders and officials of Wings of Hope for the great support and solidarity for empowering the deprived children in slums.

 

Our heartfelt prayers with regards,

 

Message from Manager of project – Mr. S. Baskar.

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British Airways work experience day

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The winners of Wohaa 2013-14 were very fortunate to spend the day learning from British Airways staff all about this world famous airline and what job opportunities they offer.
CV writing , interview skills , language skills and social media was also discussed during these interesting and interactive sessions.

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Thirteen new ‘Studio Schools’ to open up in England this year.


It has been announced that thirteen new studio schools are to be set up in England from this September.

 

Studio schools are a new concept for education, whereby students from the age of 14 are taught a mixture of academic subjects and work based training. Local employers become involved in the schools, so pupils leave with valuable ties to the world of work as well as practical skills focusing on specific jobs.

 

Some new employers getting involved include: Barclays, The National Trust and the RSPCA.

 
Critics say that these schools can limit young people’s opportunities by forcing them to begin on a particular path too early. However supporters claim that these skills are essential for helping them learn useful work skills and improving their chances of finding a job in a competitive market.

 

Around 14,000 students will attend the 40 studio schools open across the country from September 2013.

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