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Theatrical pride

PUBLISHED: 14:14 05 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:37 16 August 2010

A THEATRE company visited schoolchildren to demonstrate job opportunities that the 2012 Olympics will create. Actors from the Gibber Theatre group

A THEATRE company visited schoolchildren to demonstrate job opportunities that the 2012 Olympics will create. Actors from the Gibber Theatre group performed for year 10,11 and 12 students at Glebe School, Hawes Lane, Bromley last month as part of a scheme organised by the Learning Skills Council. Pupils were told about job and career opportunities which will be created by the Olympics including health and hospitality professions and apprenticeships. Project co-ordinator, Anne Wolsey, said: "The students really enjoyed it. The actors were fantastic, it was really interactive and everyone got a lot out of it. It encouraged the students to stay in school and made them take pride in the Olympics and the fact that it is part of London.


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