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Free webinars - Digital marketing

Richmondshire District Council

  • 20 May 2021
  • Number of views: 111

North Yorkshire businesses are encouraged to register now for free-to-attend webinars to update their digital marketing awareness, grow their business and maximise their online presence

A view of Richmondshire's employment situation

Clemence Fabien

  • 20 May 2021
  • Number of views: 94
A view of Richmondshire's employment situation

So how is Richmondshire’s job market doing at the moment compared to the region and the nation?

What can we expect as restrictions ease?

What has been the impact of Covid-19 locally on the job market?

The impact of Covid-19 on the economy is yet to be completely measured but we are starting to have insights about the effect on the job market.

Event to support those at risk of redundancy

Jobcentre Plus and the National Careers Service

  • 11 May 2021
  • Number of views: 87

Jobcentre Plus and the National Careers Service are holding an online advice session for people in North Yorkshire who have recently been made redundant or may be facing redundancy.

Students rewarded with best-ever Brilliant Club results

Richmond School

  • 11 May 2021
  • Number of views: 83
Students rewarded with best-ever Brilliant Club results

Eleven hard-working students have been rewarded with their college’s best-ever results after completing the prestigious Brilliant Club Scholars’ Programme. The tenacious Richmond School and Sixth Form students all graduated with outstanding grades for their final assignments that were the equivalent of a first or 2:1 degree.

Student supports Mind Charity and is set for a career as a mental nurse

Richmond School

  • 28 April 2021
  • Number of views: 94
Student supports Mind Charity and is set for a career as a mental nurse

Running a mile each day in all weathers, Sarah Manning has raised £363 for Mind, the charity that supports people who are experiencing problems with their mental health.

Sarah, 15, and a Year 10 student at Richmond School and Sixth Form College, ran a mile each day, over 27 consecutive days, to highlight the percentage of university students who report a mental health concern.  At 27%, this is a worrying statistic and represents a problem that is five times greater today than it was ten years ago, a figure that is anticipated to have increased further during the pandemic.

Students and staff smash challenge and fundraising targets in memory of Dave Clark

Richmond School

  • 22 April 2021
  • Number of views: 115
Students and staff smash challenge and fundraising targets in memory of Dave Clark

Students and staff at Richmond School and Sixth Form College have walked, cycled and run an amazing 46,697 miles in memory of Dave Clark, the school’s former Deputy Headteacher.  Throughout March, they covered more than five times their original target of 8,000 miles, a spectacular achievement, raising £6,322 to be shared equally between the Great North Air Ambulance Service and to buy new equipment for the school’s fitness suite. 

Students mastermind ‘Moving Forward’ Dance show and competition

Richmond School

  • 22 April 2021
  • Number of views: 144
Students mastermind ‘Moving Forward’ Dance show and competition

Five talented and tenacious Dance students at Richmond Sixth Form College have masterminded ‘Moving Forward’, a virtual dance extravaganza and competition. Marking National Dance Week, the show will be released on the school’s youtube channel on Friday 23rd April, as the week-long celebrations draw to a close, and will showcase individual performances by 50 students from Year 7 through to Year 12 and culminate in a grand group finale.

National Lottery award to support students adversely impacted by Covid-19

Richmond School

  • 25 March 2021
  • Number of views: 120
National Lottery award to support students adversely impacted by Covid-19

A successful bid of £10,000, from the National Lottery Covid-19 fund, will support valuable coaching skills to students and their families adversely impacted by Covid-19.  The award to Richmond School and Sixth Form College, for their Coaching for Change initiative, will fund the development of a positive behaviour coaching programme, in partnership with a qualified life coach, Karen Cruise of Flourishing Minds. 

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