Wolverley School Encourages Age Mix

Would you, or someone you know, like to be part of a new and exciting project at Wolverley CE Secondary School?

As part of our Ambition Unlimited ethos we are introducing a new project called Age Mix.
Age Mix aims to partner up over 65s with young people in school. Over 65s have a wealth of knowledge and life experience that can be shared with younger people. Young people bring a different set of skills and knowledge which they can share in return. 

We want to pair up over 65s and young people to see how spending time together can enrich their lives. 

Participants will be able to take part in a wide range of activities on our extensive school site. So if you know anyone over the age of 65 who would benefit from Age Mix please get in touch with Oliver Farquharson (Year 10 Student Governor) or Mrs Rose via school reception.



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