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School Band Performance

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Fox Grove - Therfield Sports Facility

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  • Closure Update - 2nd April

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  • School Band Performance

  • Fox Grove - Therfield Sports Facility

On 19th March there was another hugely successful Dragons Den Day to Year 9 and 10 students at Therfield School in Leatherhead. The energy, enthusiasm and dedication from all involved was amazing -   the words of Claire (Head of Business Studies at the school), captures it perfectly when she said  'IT WAS AWESOME'!  Comments from the local businesses are below;

Video of Dragon's Den Day at Therfield

Following a proven model for the last 3 years, this CSR marketing development day not
only gives the students the opportunity to learn about  marketing, but also takes us back to our grass roots and reminds us that amongst the spreadsheets, business cases and approval documents of our day to day roles - we should remember what a vital role marketing plays in the success of an organisation.
Christine Massey
Legal and General

It was a terrific advertisement for how business can
successfully work with schools within their local
community - bringing student learning alive in a fun, practical and rewarding style.
It perhaps took us all out of our comfort zones at times -  mentors, facilitators and students. But the day delivered something that provides value  and learning to all.
John Laney
Legal and General
I'm sure the students gained a lot, and I felt they were engaged, informed and thoughtful. There were some good ideas and some characters and all the students performed well during the pitch considering they were in front of their peers.
Jeremy Haines