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  • Future Gateways Students, achieving and inspiring! Posted on 14 June 2016

     

    Future Gateways, although a very new company, is going from strength to strength.  Since moving to Rainham Royals, students have been given opportunities to study and achieve qualifications in English, Maths, ICT, Work Skills and also access to the World of Work. Students are thriving!

     

    We are proud and pleased to congratulate Blossom, a student at Brittons Academy, for receiving the 'Overall Award for Achievement' for her work placement ,which she attends 1 day a week through Future Gateways at the Annual Havering Alternative Provider Award Ceremony on 18th May 2016.

     

    Blossom’s employer told us:

    ‘Blossom has not been on work placement with us for very long however I have found her to be very conscientious consistently using her own initiative and going the extra mile.

    I feel confident with her ability to work with and please my customers and I would have no hesitation allowing her to work more closely with my stylists.

    If Blossom were leaving school today I would have no hesitation in giving her a position in my salon’

     

    Kristian Duligall from Ormiston Park Academy has been working within the Heavy Vehicle Repair industry, on work placement through Future Gateways and has successfully secured an apprenticeship on leaving school, studying with REMIT which is a very reputable training provider for Heavy Motor Vehicles.  Well done Kristin!

     

    Amy Price has successfully passed the first stage of the X Factor and we look forward to the next stage to give her all our support. Amy performed at the Rainham Royals coffee morning on 25th May 2016, wowing the crowd!

     

    Congratulations from all of us at ROYALS! We are sure you'll all have a bright future!

    If you would like more information on Future gateways you can visit  www.futuregateways.org or contact:

    Julie Welham Julie.Welham@futuregateways.co.uk

    Debbie Wilson Debbie.Wilson@futuregateways.co.uk

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