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Churchwood school’s graduation

Launch of the new Johnson Press publication 'Senior Living and Wellbeing' at the Cooden Beach Hotel, Bexhill.  Denisea Greaves and Keith Ridley from Sussex Newspapers, James Kimber from the Cooden Beach Hotel and Christina Newbank from Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce.

Launch of the new Johnson Press publication 'Senior Living and Wellbeing' at the Cooden Beach Hotel, Bexhill. Denisea Greaves and Keith Ridley from Sussex Newspapers, James Kimber from the Cooden Beach Hotel and Christina Newbank from Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce.

MORE than 20 families graduated from the Families and School Together (FAST) programme at Churchwood School on May 22. Twenty-two families participated in the inspiring education programme which was set up by the national charity Save the Children, and works by strengthening relationships within families and between families and schools.

Karen Venditto, parent support advisor from Churchwood, said: “Thank you to all our parent and community volunteers as well as the whole school staff, and Play Hastings who made sure the children had fun after their structured family activities while their parents relaxed and enjoyed time together in partnership with our FAST teams. It has been a rewarding experience all round with very positive feedback from parents and pupils alike.”

 

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