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This term we will be working at 5 brand new schools with our CSE programme Working For Marcus.

Secondary > January 24th, 2018


Our CSE work with the Safer South Derbyshire Partnership starts today.

This term we will be working at 5 brand new schools with our CSE programme Working For Marcus.

We will be at William Allitt School, Granville Sports College, The Pingle Academy, John Port School and Queen Elizabeth Grammar and we are really looking forward to visiting. 

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