We are proud to announce we have been invited to be a member of the Parliamentary Review which is only offered to “individual’s who can make a genuine difference to the future of their industry.” We were delighted to accept this invitation.
The expansion to the Provision is now complete and in use .
Steel work complete on Day 2 of Mez floor installation.
This will soon be a GYM , ICT Suite and 2 classrooms
We are proud to announce that the MP for Nottingham North MP Alex Norris is visiting week commencing 6/5/19 and we are inviting our Stakeholders down . Please call our office on 0115 9794045 for details
We are proud to announce our new pathway in Sport and Active Leisure .
These accredited sessions run on Monday’s and Wednesdays.
Week commencing 16th July saw our students taking part in activity days at Colwick Adventure Centre.
Activities included kayaking , high ropes & climbing wall and fun was had by all
We are proud to have been invited to be part of the Parliamentary Review 2018-2019 to share our best practice for secondary education.
We are pleased to have accepted this invitation and look forward to sharing the publication with partnerships, parents and stakeholders.
A member of our staff will be in Houses of Parliament in March 2019, where they will discuss and share with MP’s including Lord Blunkett, the Rt Hon Sir Eric Pickles and other representatives from secondary education settings, the challenges we have faced and many successes we have experienced at Crisp Vocational Provision.
Crisp Vocational Provision has a wide range of Volunteering opportunities in several different roles for suitable candidates who wish to make a difference.
This opportunity will give volunteers opportunities to support the young people who attend Crisp and their families and help to make a difference to their lives and the lives of their families.
If you would like to be part of vibrant , growing supportive environment a don’t hesitate to apply
Responsibilities and Duties
-Support within the classroom (small groups or One to One)
-Lunchtime and break time supervision
-Support with off site visits
-Support with external exams (Functional Skills)
-Vocational and Academic support
-Supporting with Parent /Caring Meetings
-Creating displays of students work
In return our volunteers will:
-Receive an enhanced DBS
-Learn new skills
-have the opportunity of a stepping stone to employment.
-be given thorough safeguarding training
-be given an opportunity to “Give back”
Job Type: Volunteer
CVP would like to welcome our new carpentry tutor, Matt Kay to the provision. Matt will be delivering the carpentry units for the new BTEC Construction Pathway.