From Eurovision to Tea Production to Plan International

Last week assemblies were delivered by our House leaders.

Miss Yarnold spoke to Kestrel House about the importance of tea production: how it provides an income for developing nations as a labour intensive job, creates jobs and promotes gender equality by providing employment for women. Mrs Robinson used the exciting international event of ‘Eurovision’ to highlight how this promotes inclusivity; Mr Hunt spoke to Kingfisher house about what is means to be aspirant, the challenges that can be faced when demonstrating aspiration and then linked his message to real life examples of people who have shown real aspiration throughout their lives. Finally, Mr Deremaux  spoke to Skylark house about Amala Yusafzai and Plan International.

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