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Bright Stars 2016 Celebration

On Monday April 25, 2016, Energus hosted a Celebration of Bright Stars 2016 where enthusiastic pupils from participating schools and their sponsors attended and certificates awarded. See the photos here...

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A big Thank You from all the team at the Centre for Leadership Performance.

Thank you to all the staff and to your fantastic pupils for taking part. Thanks also to our fantastic businesses who have been on hand to offer support and guidance. We hope that our Bright Stars challenge has helped to engage and encourage your pupils in developing their 'mini businesses' in a fun and accessible way and hope this early taste of entrepreneurship and creativity helps to build confidence and self-belief in their achievements. We also hope that the scheme has enabled both the schools and local businesses to build on-going relationships.

They should all be really proud of themselves, we all are very proud of them here at the Centre and wish we could give every school a prize for all the amazing efforts. We look forward to our Bright Stars Celebration Day on April 25 where we can celebrate everyone's achievements.
 

Best Example of Team Work and Leadership: Arlecdon Primary School

Arlecdon Primary School

Arlecdon Primary School being presented with £500 for Best Example of Team Work and Leadership in Bright Stars 2016. Photo courtesy of The Whitehaven News.
 

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Click on each school's logo to read their blog...

Arlecdon Primary School
Arlecdon Primary School
Sponsored by
Atkins Global

Ashfield Junior School
Ashfield Junior School
Sponsored by
National Nuclear Laboratory

Broughton Primary School
Broughton Primary School
Sponsored by
Innovus

Gosforth CE Primary School
Gosforth CE Primary School
Sponsored by
Amec Foster Wheeler

Hensingham Primary School
Hensingham Primary School
Sponsored by
National Nuclear Laboratory

Jericho Primary School
Jericho Primary School
Sponsored by
Nuvia

Maryport C of E Junior School
Maryport CE Junior School
Sponsored by
Iggesund

Maryport Infant School
Maryport Infant School
Sponsored by
Allerdale Council

Mayfield School
Mayfield School
Sponsored by
Bendalls Engineering

Monkwray Junior School
Monkwray
Junior School

Sponsored by
Safety Critical

Newlaithes Junior School
Newlaithes
Junior School

Sponsored by
Armstrong Watson

Petteril Bank Community School
Petteril Bank
Community School

Sponsored by
Story Homes

Ramsden Infants
Ramsden Infants
Sponsored by
North West Evening Mail
InCumbria

Rosley C of E Primary School
Rosley CE Primary School
Sponsored by
Thomas Graham

Saint James C of E School
Saint James CE School
Sponsored by
Balfour Beatty

Saint Mary's Catholic Primary School
Saint Mary's
Catholic Primary School

Sponsored by
Doosan Babcock

Saint Michael's CE Primary School
Saint Michael's
CE Primary School

Sponsored by
David Allen

Saint Patrick's RC Primary School
Saint Patrick's
RC Primary School

Sponsored by
Sellafield Ltd

Saint Patrick's School, Cleator Moor
Saint Patrick's School
Cleator Moor

Sponsored by
Sellafield Ltd

Seascale School
Seascale School
Sponsored by
NSG Environmental

Victoria Junior School, Workington
Victoria Junior School
Workington

Sponsored by
The Centre for Leadership Performance

Warcop C of E Primary School
Warcop CE Primary
Sponsored by
Armstrong Watson

 

 

 

About Bright Stars 2016

Raising the aspiration and confidence of
Cumbria's young people is a vital part of the
CfLP's work. The Centre works with leaders
already in place to further develop their
leadership skills but also we believe that
supporting the talents of all our young
people is vital for the future economy
here in Cumbria.

The Bright Stars challenge is a competition
aimed at primary school children across
Cumbria and the idea of the challenge is to
engage children with leadership and entrepreneurship,
at a very young age, in an accessible and fun way whilst inspiring
and helping kids develop, nurture and preserve their own creative confidence.

Bright Stars introduces children in primary schools across Cumbria to leadership, entrepreneurship and the world of business whilst raising money for charity, winning funds for their school and having fun along the way. It's also a great way for local businesses to forge links with their local community and raise your company profile.

A survey for the CBI concluded that the UK's ability to grow and succeed in the future will rely on ensuring that we have the skills and knowledge needed for our high value sectors to thrive and that businesses need to step up to the challenge and ensure that they consider outreach into primary schools. Read the full article here.

 
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