Class People to sponsor school’s behaviour reward scheme
Class People has linked up with a second local school this year to sponsor its behaviour reward scheme.
Class People’s business development manager, Naomi Howells, was on hand at Springbank Academy to present the cheque to deputy head, Liam Hinkley.
The company’s £500 funding will support pupils who go the extra mile to achieve good behaviour by allowing them to access special activities. Additional rewards are to be given to those demonstrating the best behaviour in each year group to allow them to celebrate with their families.
Liam Hinkley, deputy head at Springbank, commented, “We are delighted to have been given access to the Class People Foundation to help support our pupils. We have worked with Class People for many years now and are really pleased to see them leading the way for supply agencies and giving back to education.”
Howells said, “I have seen Class People grow as a business since Lynis very first started back in 2003. A lot of hard work and passion was put in to make the business what it is today and we are now in a position to give back to education and support the schools that helped us to grow. With ever-tightening budgets this is our opportunity to ensure that we can support projects that might not go ahead without outside funding.”