Aspire partners QE School

Leading training provider Aspire Training Team and Queen Elizabeth’s School, Wimborne Minster are delighted to announce a new partnership and sponsorship venture.

Queen Elizabeth’s School has always been proactive with its engagement of businesses and this new venture sees Aspire Training Team sponsor the minibus fleet at QE School whilst providing access to the vocational training and apprenticeship schemes offered by Aspire.

Martin McLeman, Head Teacher at QE School, said: “This new partnership with Aspire has come at a very exciting time for the students of Queen Elizabeth’s School as we look to strengthen our partnerships with apprenticeship providers in the local area. Aspire’s generosity in supporting our transport for students is extremely welcome and enables us to focus our resources in the classroom where they are needed most. We are delighted that Aspire have entered into this partnership and we look forward to building this relationship for the benefit of all our students.”

Cheryl Hadland, Managing Director of Aspire said: “I am delighted that we have been able to partner with QE School and open up a number of opportunities for the students. Aspire Training Team will be able to help students take the first step into their chosen career, and can even provide fully funded qualifications for 16 – 18 year olds. This qualification is a practical alternative to going to school which includes valuable work experience, mentor and tutor support on a 1:1 or group basis.”

 

From left to right: Hayley Jones, Careers, Advice and Guidance Manager at QE, Becky Pratten, Foundation Learning Manager at Aspire and Katie Boyes, Senior Deputy Headteacher at QE.

 

 

 

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