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Wine expert visits school

MHBG-28-11-12 Banbury Academy NASUWT 
The school has received �1000 money from the NASUWT Oxfordshire Foundation to start up new groups at the school for vulnerable youngsters. 
Pictured:Presenting the cheque is Kevin Quinn,president of NASUWT
L-r:Paul Temple 12, pupil,Lynne Scott, Aspirations coordinator,Harry Burrow,12,pupil,Dave Alvarez,teacher,Tegan Davis,14 pupil,Rachel Shaffner,Aspirations coordinator,Katherine Smith,14 pupil, and Olymnpic athlete Lesley Owusu

MHBG-28-11-12 Banbury Academy NASUWT The school has received �1000 money from the NASUWT Oxfordshire Foundation to start up new groups at the school for vulnerable youngsters. Pictured:Presenting the cheque is Kevin Quinn,president of NASUWT L-r:Paul Temple 12, pupil,Lynne Scott, Aspirations coordinator,Harry Burrow,12,pupil,Dave Alvarez,teacher,Tegan Davis,14 pupil,Rachel Shaffner,Aspirations coordinator,Katherine Smith,14 pupil, and Olymnpic athlete Lesley Owusu

SIXTH form students at Banbury Academy enjoyed a talk by television presenter, author and wine connoisseur Jancis Robinson.

Ms Robinson, who advises the Queen on her wine cellar, spoke with the students last month as part of the academy’s vision for aspiration.

 
 
 

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