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The stART Consortium is seeking to recruit an organisation development specialist to support the Consortium members to explore and define a new operational model for stART. It is envisioned that this may encompass a strategic analysis of the new Consortium; a review of the existing transition planning work; and a mapping exercise identifying options and potential. The outcome of the work should be a set of organisational development recommendations for the Consortium.
The stART Consortium also hopes to apply for grant monies to enable engagement of an organisation development specialist in a longer term capacity.
For further information and details of this role please contact Lesley Morgan on firstname.lastname@example.org
At this year’s Swavesey Fetsival residents of all ages were given the opportunity to design and print their own canvas bags. The theme of the festival was ‘childhood’ and visiting artist Ricki Outis designed a frame that incorporated nostalgic sweets and the SVC swan logo. Festival-goers then created their own designs to print inside the frame, with fantastic results…
Trust us, you’re gonna want to see this! On Sunday 15th June top comedians Paul Kerensa (of Miranda fame) and Rob Thomas will take to the Swavesey Venue stage with warm-up acts from Swavesey Village College’s very own budding comics! It takes some serious guts to stand up in front of an audience, but that’s what these brave and foolhardy students from years 7 – 10 will do. Described by their mentors as “the best bunch of students we have ever worked with,” you can expect an evening of hilarious entertainment.
Wanted: groups or individuals who would like to perform at the first Swavesey Village College Folk Night. We are looking for 10 acts, each to do a 15 minute session. If you are interested and would like to take part please email email@example.com. This is an ideal opportunity for performers to showcase their songs, either cover or original, in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Energise is the youth dance platform for South Cambridgeshire. Featuring the best performers in ballet, street, contemporary, tap and more, this show will have something for everyone.
The matinee showcase features Melbourn Juniors, Wisbech, Over Primary School, Tap For Fun, Bar Hill Primary School, Ladybird Borland, Cambridge Contemporary Dance Co, Jnr Sinstars, SCAMBS, Cottenham Village College and the Jack Stinton Dance Company.
The evening showcase features Ladybird Borland, Swavesey Adults, Jenny & Fran, SCAMBS, Melbourn Village College, Lane Academy, Sawston Village College, Cambridge Contemporary Dance Co, Elementz Entertainment, Cambridge University Ballet Club, Impington Village College and the Jack Stinton Dance Company.
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