We are pleased to present our new video introducing Bringing Performance Alive in Education, our educational programme aimed at young people to increase their self awareness and ability to make career wise decisions and help them answer three vital questions:
Who am I?
What do I want to do?
How do I get to there from here?
We would like to welcome to the Bruck Payne Associates team, Rachel James-Patch.Rachel joins us with a wealth of Learning and Development experience and expertise.
Rachel has already succesfully facilitated two BPAIE programmes this year and we look forward to future collaborations.
Welcome to the team Rachel
We were pleased to announce the launch of our new and revitalised, Bringing Performance Alive in Education Programme, at the end of summer 2015. Our first school to experience the new programme was Pencoed Comprehensive School in October 2015.
The results from the research completed by the students at Pencoed School this year, showed an excellent response to the new additions and changes we have made since last academic year.
We would like to thank the sponsor Staedtler UK Ltd for there continued help and support of their local school and also to Dai Owen, Head of Sixth Form and Sharon Williams, Head of Learning Core from Pencoed Comprehensive School for providing their ongoing support.
We are pleased to announce that Royal Wootton Bassett Academy has been short listed by The Times Education Supplement Awards for The Best Secondary School in the Country.
We are proud to have delivered the BPAIE programme to Royal Wootton Bassett Academy Year 12 for the last three years.
We wish both George and the school the very best of luck in the final selection process.
We were very privileged to work with the Year 12 students of Pencoed
Comprehensive School last week.
A local organisation Staedtler UK approached BPAIE as a sponsor of the programme. Staedtler UK were actively looking for a project or programme that would benefit the local community, whilst supporting the company passion for helping young adults to find their way in their futures and careers.
Having worked with both the teachers and students over the past few months, the BPAIE team and facilitators were extremely impressed with the level of commitment and enthusiasm to imbedding our programme into both their school and culture.
We would like to thank both Staedtler UK and Managing Director, Duncan Savage and Pencoed School and WBQ co-ordinator, Sharon Davies for all their support throughout the programme.
We look forward to working with your school again in the next academic year.