Managers become apprentices at FACET college in March

PUBLISHED: 10:51 21 March 2016 | UPDATED: 10:51 21 March 2016

Head management from Peterborough College went to FACET March to help out with Sport Relief. Staff and Students get involved.  Picture: Steve Williams.

Head management from Peterborough College went to FACET March to help out with Sport Relief. Staff and Students get involved. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Managers enjoyed games of rounders and music and movement classes when they took a break from their jobs in aid of Sports Relief and National Apprenticeship Week.

Head management from Peterborough College coming to FACET march to get involved in Sport Relief. Staff from Peterborough regional college and students get involved with sport relief.  Picture: Steve Williams.Head management from Peterborough College coming to FACET march to get involved in Sport Relief. Staff from Peterborough regional college and students get involved with sport relief. Picture: Steve Williams.

Members of the management team from Peterborough Regional College were at FACET college for adults with special needs.

Kris Harrold, FACET manager, said: “Mot only will they be out of their comfort zone they will also have to dress up to get involved as part of the Sports Relief challenge.

“It is a great way to see the range of activities we get involved in here at the college.”

A spokesman for Peterborough Regional College (PRC) said: “The idea of today was to go ‘back to the shop floor’ and be apprentices for the day to promote National Apprenticeship Week.

Head management from Peterborough College came to FACET March to help out with Sport Relief. Staff from Facet and Peterborough regional college with student get involved with sport relief. Picture: Steve Williams.Head management from Peterborough College came to FACET March to help out with Sport Relief. Staff from Facet and Peterborough regional college with student get involved with sport relief. Picture: Steve Williams.

“We had a fun filled morning with the learners and staff to support activities for Sport Relief.

“It was great to be part of the team and seeing the learners explore the obstacle course and champion team playing.”

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