Students from St. Anne’s RC High School in Manchester celebrate being crowned champions of the North West as they go on to represent the region in The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge National Finals 2019. They successfully fought off tough competition from the other top finalist schools in the region, beating pupils from Manchester Academy, Our Lady’s High School and Fred Longworth School.
On the 18th of July students from Kingsway School in Stockport attended a World of Work visit hosted by Wood. The visit marks the second of its kind for Wood who hosted its first visit earlier this year.
Pupils from Oasis Harpur Mount, Werneth Primary and Marlborough Road Primary School in the North West graduated from the Mosaic Primary School Programme closing off their academic year.
In March, global engineering and technical services company Wood hosted Archbishop Blanch Church of England Girls High School for a World of Work visit at their offices in Birchwood. World of Work (WoW) visits form a core part of the Mosaic Secondary Mentoring Programme and connect local employers from a wide range of industries with young people aged 11-18 years old.
Mosaic would like to congratulate mentor Zeb Farooq for winning an award in recognition of the support he has provided to charities which underpin diversity and inclusion in his local community, one of which was Mosaic.
Mosaic has announced not one, but two North West Mentors of the Year during its annual end of year event celebrating another hugely successful twelve months of work in the region.
A team of young entrepreneurs from Ladybridge High School in Bolton has won the North West Regional Final of the 2017 Enterprise Challenge competition.