STUDENTS from four Sheffield schools have won the praises of Master Cutler Neil MacDonald for their work as ambassadors for the Cutlers’ Curriculum.
The Curriculum – also known as The Made in Sheffield Skills and Ambassadors Programme - aims to give school leavers additional skills based on the needs of local business. Fifty teenagers from Yewlands, Stocksbridge, Bradfield and Firth Park schools have been taking part.
The Master Cutler, centre, hailed the young Ambassadors as “a great bunch of enthusiastic, talented young people” adding: “It has been a pleasure to meet them over the course of the year and see how they have developed.”
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