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William Booth School – The Read ‘n Rock Launch

: March 30, 2015 11:52 am s Leave your thoughts

William Booth SchoolAquinas Education were delighted to attend an event held by The William Booth Primary and Nursery school, called The Read ‘n Rock. The aim of the event was to help kids to understand the importance of reading for at least 10 minutes a week.

In order to help promote the event, and to help explain the importance of reading at a young age, Aquinas Education took along Nottingham Forest’s captain Henri Lansbury (pictured on the left). After the event Henri Lansbury mentioned that he was delighted to be involved in the event, and to help the younger generation to learn the importance of reading.

Aquinas Education are committed to delivering a strong and positive message to young people and schools alike, and this was a fantastic event for Aquinas Education to get involved with.

Aquinas Education have a fantastic relationship with the school and look forward to working and supporting them at any future events that they have.

Simon Dawkins & Aquinas Education visit the pupils of Reigate and Ashover Primary School

: March 30, 2015 11:52 am s Leave your thoughts

ReigateThe children of Reigate and Ashover primary school were visited by Aquinas Education and Simon Dawkins of Derby County Football club. It was Simon’s second visit to the primary school.

The aim of the visit was to show the children of Reigate and Ashover primary school that if you work hard and dream big, then you can achieve all of your goals and aspirations.

Before the visit, the pupils of both schools were asked to come up with questions to ask Simon during the visit to the primary school. During the visit Simon was a great role model for the children, and they were all receptive of his answers to their questions.

Aquinas education work hard to promote a strong and positive message for all children, schools and teachers alike, and were more than happy to come along to the school to help promote this message.