Join the Astrea Business Club and signal your commitment to the workforce of tomorrow

16th November 2021

You’re invited to the launch of The Astrea Business Club – an exciting collaboration of business and education which aims to meet the needs of your business while ensuring that local young people have the right skill set to succeed in the world of work.

Friday 10 December sees the launch of The Astrea Business Club – an exciting collaboration of business and education created by Astrea Academy Trust.

Astrea warmly welcomes all organisations, from small local businesses to large multi–nationals harness the talents of young people and invest in their futures by becoming a partner of the Astrea Business Club.

You are invited to hear more from Astrea Academy Dearne’s ambitious students about working in collaboration with Astrea to meet the needs of your business. The Astrea Business Club offers many benefits for employers and in turn, for its students. 

WHEN: Friday 10 December 2021 at 1pm until 2.30pm 
WHERE: Astrea Academy Dearne, Goldthorpe Road, Goldthorpe, Rotherham S63 9EW
 
Click on the link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/astrea-business-club-launch-tickets-199975340627 to confirm your attendance.

Astrea is committed to working with business partners to both meet the needs of employers while giving its students new experiences and opportunities that will help them develop the skills and personal characteristics they need in future life. The key ambition is that you as employers will be integral to school life, inspiring Astrea children to make aspirational and informed decisions about their pathways after leaving education. 
In its first year, the Business Club will be focussed on activity at Astrea Academy Dearne in Goldthorpe, which has recently been awarded the nationally recognised Quality Standard in Careers.

Astrea Academy Trust is a family of 26 schools, with three secondaries, 17 primaries, an all-through school in South Yorkshire and four secondaries plus an 11-19 special school in Cambridgeshire. Working together, Astrea schools tackle head on the barriers that stand in the way of children’s success. As part of our relentless commitment to a brilliant education, we aim to provide enhanced careers provision to empower students to capitalise on further study, training, and employment opportunities.

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