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Contact us We are switching over to a fantastic new phone system today which will help us deal with your enquiry more efficiently. However, it needs a bit of getting used to. 
Please be patient while we get the hang of it and deal with technical difficulties that arise as we switch over.

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Anti-Bullying Week 2014

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Band together to beat bullying
17-21st NOVEMBER 2014

BeatBullying’s mission is to make bullying unacceptable – for everyone, everywhere – and we need your help to make this happen.

Get involved during Anti-Bullying Week 2014: join together as a school or a class, or even take action as an individual. BeatBullying got lots of ideas on their website for what you can do.

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If you’re a young person aged from 11-17, you can get help right now on BeatBullying.org. Talk to young people who have experienced the same issues or get specialist advice from our online counsellors.

 

 

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This year they have 5 bands to beat bullying! Their iconic blue wristbands are a great way for students, parents and school staff to show their support in the fight against bullying. Order now and get a 10% online discount.

 

 

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Resources

They’ve got loads of ideas to help you get involved from lesson plans and activity packs to assembly packs and competitions.

 

 

 

 

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Lest We Forget

Ocean’s WW1 Memorial has been unveiled to remember the fallen, injured and those who have served in the armed forces over the last 100 years.

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Following on from last summer’s schools challenge – to design a Memorial to commemorate the centenary of World War 1 – the memorial has now been unveiled at Ocean’s headquarters on 28th October 2014.

Scott Green unveiling memorial low resScott Green (RAF and a former local school boy from Penrice Academy, St. Austell) had the honour of unveiling the memorial and also switching on the lights to illuminate Ocean’s Giant Poppy on the front of the building. The Giant Poppy was created to support the Royal British Legion’s (Cornwall Branch) annual poppy appeal.

Scott, who serves with the RAF police is one of the last members of the British Forces to leave Afghanistan as the British Troop withdrawal is almost complete.

The memorial, commissioned by the Ocean Group, was made by a number of Ocean apprentices and was the design of Camborne school girl Kimberley Gould.

Ocean’s Group Chief Executive David Renwick commented

 

“We are delighted that Scott has agreed to unveil the WWI memorial.  We are both grateful to the men and women who fought for our freedoms one hundred years ago and in conflicts since then, including Afghanistan.  Scott, on his three tours, has lost friends and comrades and it is fitting that an existing serving member of our forces honours us by carrying out the unveiling.  Once the Remembrance ceremonies are over, the search will be on to find a permanent home for Cornwall’s stunning WWI memorial”.

Ocean’s Giant Poppy

Also created by Ocean’s apprentices was Ocean’s Giant Poppy. It proudly adorns Ocean’s Headquarters for a second year running and was ceremonially illuminated on the 28th October in support of the Poppy Appeal for the Royal British Legion (Cornwall branch), accompanied by a brass band and poetry reading.

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