COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP SCHOOLS CONFERENCE 2012
This exciting residential conference for sixth formers and teachers involved in Community Action projects
through their schools will be held from Friday 9 to Sunday 11th November 2012 at Bolton School. The
conference is organised by the ISC Working Party for Community Action, and all sixth formers and their
teachers are welcome; please note that any school sending students MUST send at least one member of staff.
Younger students and their teachers are most welcome as day delegates, at a reduced rate. Residential
accommodation has been arranged at a comfortable city centre hotel, and there will be transport arranged to
and from the school and the hotel.
Keynote Sessions to include:
Tim Loughton MP
Tim Loughton is Parliamentary Under – Secretary of State (Minister) for Children and Families and has been a
Member of Parliament for East Worthing and Shoreham since 1997.He was educated at the University of
Warwick and he is currently part of a ministerial team working with Sarah Teather and justice minister Jonathan
Djanogly that has been asked to make proposals on how the law should be changed with respect to the
Children’s Act of 1989.
Alex is a social entrepreneur whose passion is human potential. He is a project manager of Future Foundations
which works with thousands of young people a year to develop their aspiration, leadership and vision for their
Eric is the Recruitment Manager for a charity called City Year London. His passion and recent work has been in
the field of engaging, recruiting and training young people as mentors, role models and positive agents of
change in the community.
After leaving university in 2008 Guy went to Kayamandi Township in Stellenbosch to work as a volunteer
teacher of English. During his time there, he saw at first hand the problems that afflict the population of the
township, in particular the number of homeless children who are often starving, abused and suffer high rates of
mortality. Since then Guy has founded the Serenity Foundation to tackle this problem.
Founder, with Simon Weston, of Weston Spirit, and involved for many years in youth programmes nationally.
Workshops to include: City Year: ’corps members’ spend 10 months working in inner cities, Stop the
Traffik: prevent the buying and selling of people, The Big Give: intelligent giving (how to choose a charity),
OnSide: an innovative youth programme in the North West and further group discussions around the themes of
starting a volunteering programme, volunteering for university students, peer mentoring and international
1. Tour of Bolton Lads’ and Girls’ Club with transport to the venue.
2. The chance to visit a new community project supported by Bolton Wanderers Football Club.
National Film Competition on Community
Students to make a film of 3-5 minutes about their community work around the theme:
Residential fee £150 per delegate (single room) £90 (twin room) Non-residential fee £50 per delegate
One day fee for Saturday: £30.There will be a non-refundable element of £20 for every booking.
Cheques should be made payable to:’ Community Matters Conference' and sent to Jeremy Orme, Canford
School, Wimborne, Dorset.BH21 3AD or BACS: 60-04-09 account 63868067
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