Friday, May 27, 2016
Thursday, May 26, 2016
As part of the 2016 Festival of Learning, the Adult Learning & Skills Service in Richmondshire is offering a number of FREE sessions in JUNE in your area. For those interested in working in schools and supporting teaching and learning we have two information sessions; for those looking for a change in career we have information sessions on AAT bookkeeping/Sage accounting courses and, and for those who are still struggling with computers we have workshops to introduce you to computers, laptops and tablets. These FREE sessions are in partnership with your local libraries in Richmond and Catterick Garrison. Call 01609 535834 to book your place now!
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Monday, May 23, 2016
Behaviour Support Assistant
Fast-Track Training Programme
Are you looking to move into a career in education?
Principal Teachers are currently recruiting for candidates to join our Fast-Track Training Program. No experience or qualification necessary. Full training will be provided and work placement.
The successful candidates will:
- Be looking for a career in education
- Be prepared to undertake an induction and voluntary work placement
- Be interested in child development and learning
- Possess patience and an understanding of behaviour issues
- Be looking for long term work from September 2016
- GCSE Maths and English essential
Please contact Jackie for further details on 01748 352100
Friday, May 20, 2016
Since the launch of the Armed Forces Covenant we have seen good work all around the country across a range of services in support of our Armed Forces Community. But we need to be better at capturing and sharing those examples. As a result Forces in Mind Trust and the Local Government Association have commissioned Shared Intelligence to run a review of how local Covenant pledges are being delivered to help identify and better share good practice.
This project offers a real opportunity to help shape how the Covenant will be delivered in the future. The results of this work will allow service providers, by more easily sharing the experiences of others, to better make the case for prioritisation and delivery of their own local Covenant pledges and allows members of the AF community to have their say.
To access the survey please click here
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Army Families Federation – Army & You Magazine
The Army & You Summer 2016 Edition is available online now at
Invite from the Chairman of
The Yorkshire Regiment Association
25 May 2016
Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
The 1st Bn The Yorkshire Regiment is playing the backroom and coaching staff of MFC, at the Riverside with a 1930hrs kick-off.
I have 200 free tickets for supporters
All you have to do is ring Kimberley or myself, to reserve them. Any family members or your friends can come along to support.
I am on:07970014044 Kimberley:01748 822133
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All tickets can be collected at the main entrance of the ground by supporters from 1845hrs first come first served.
Maj P Ralph MM
Monday, May 16, 2016
This year the Wensleydale Railway have started a Club for children aged 4 to 11 years, Rail Racers.
Children can enjoy Activity Days, Newsletters from time to time and reduced fares on the Railway for themselves and up to 2 accompanying adults (not available on Special trains, such as Santa Trains, unless otherwise stated).
The next Members Activity Day is on 3rd June at Aysgarth Station, meeting at 11.30.
Aysgarth Station is almost a secret place because trains have not run there for many years. Children will have to travel there by car. There will be free parking at the Station for members.
Although the trains have long since disappeared, there is still a lot to explore and there will be other activities too. It is being opened especially for Rail Racers. Please bring a packed lunch.
Membership application details can be found online at www.wensleydalerail.com , or people can join in person at Leeming Bar and Aysgarth Station shops, or on the day.