News from Transferable Skills Training
Site Closure for Her Majesty's Funeral - Monday 19th
Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,
Considering recent events and the announcement of a public holiday for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we will not be opening on Monday 19th September, in line with DfE guidance.
This will allow individuals, businesses, and other organisations to pay their respects to Her Majesty and commemorate Her reign, while marking the final day of the period of national mourning.
We at TST will be holding a minute’s silence this coming Wednesday morning, giving us and our learners the opportunity to demonstrate our sadness and loss at the passing of the Queen.
May we remind you to cancel transport arrangements for the Monday.
College will be re-opening as normal on the 20th of September.
Head of Education
End of Term 2021/2022
We hope you all enjoyed this academic year, and that you are making the most of the sun. The offices will now be closed until August 30th.
If you would like support with your mental health, the following agencies can be contacted:
If you are, or someone else is, in danger, always call 999 first.
For advice, or non-urgent calls, call NHS 111.
For free, safe, and anonymous online support, visit Kooth.com
For local support, call Livewire Youth Club – 01752 843570
Visit our website for further support agencies and information:
For financial support or advice on care and support services for families: Visit – www.supportincornwall.org.uk
If you require the use of a Foodbank, please contact: 0800 144 8848 to speak with Citizens Advice Cornwall who will be able to issue you with a food bank voucher
Alternatively, call 0808 2082138 (National Foodbank helpline) This message is confidential, so please treat it appropriately and for its intended purpose only. Any views or opinions presented are those of the author only and not of TST South West CIC. If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, please accept our apologies and arrange for copies of it to be deleted.
Students Celebrate the End of the 2021/22 Academic Year with a Sunny Awards Ceremony
Our students gathered on a gloriously sunny June afternoon at the double-pod section of Merryhue Farm to celebrate the end of another exciting year with Transferable Skills Training. There have been many things to celebrate this year, and it was topped off with several awards granted to the students from the Royal Cornwall Show.
Some of our students will be leaving for pastures new and, for them, our staff have a message:
We want to thank each one of you for the memories and the learning we have shared this year. Our final message to you is… to believe in yourself, for you are stronger than you know. Try hard, but know your limits. Ask if you need help, and trust that others will help you. Remember: you are unique, special, and amazing people. Dream, believe, wonder, inspire, always listen and, above all, be kind.
Finally, remember: it might be you last day at TST, but we will always be here.
From everyone at TST
The Queen Bee at Mayfest 2022
Our staff and students have been busy bees recently, preparing a Queen Bee for the Callington Mayfest parade! Janice led the way to producing the massive papier-mache invertebrate, and we'd like to thank everybody to putting in the necessary effort to pull off something so good. We're pretty sure it caught the eyes of the Callington crowd on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
Monuments Matter to People
A blended adult learning course offering English, Maths and IT education with conservation training.
Are you interested in this opportunity? Get in touch via the details given below!
Here Comes the Sun - Summer Term
We would like to welcome everybody back! The Easter break has come and gone, and we hope that you feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
As we enter the Summer term at Merryhue Farm, let's prepare for bright sunshine and warm weather. Always wear appropriate clothing and shoes, be aware of the need for suncream on the hottest days, and most importantly: let's enjoy ourselves!
Bowling at Trethorne Leisure Park
The students had a blast at Trethorne Park. They had a game of bowling to celebrate the hard work of the last term!
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal visits Merryhue Farm
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal visited Merryhue Farm in February, where she learned about the projects that the not for profit community interest companies Battling On, Work Skills South West, Transferable Skills Training and Grown That Way have been working on. We also had presenters from other local groups, including Age UK, Tamar Grow Local and Plymouth University.
We were absolutely thrilled to be able to have Her Royal Highness visit the farm, and we hope that she enjoyed it!
Happy Halloween to our Students!
We wish our students a Happy Halloween! We were very impressed with the ghosts that they made this year. Great effort from all involved!
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