What others have to say: 

Emma Smart, Head Teacher, Powell Corderoy Primary School 

Dear Mr Watkins, ( JPL Maintenance Contractors LLP) 
I wanted to write to convey a huge thank you for 30 books you very generously provided for Powell Corderoy School. Being Safer Internet Day this week they have been a valuable resource to use throughout the school. It was so thoughtful of you to think of us and the gesture was much appreciated. I have mentioned you in our weekly newsletter! 
Best wishes 

Dean Lewis, Head of support at SCC 

“As an IT business, we are aware of the dangers of the internet and as it is becoming a prominent part of people’s lives, we want to encourage children to learn about the importance of internet safety. 

Anne Barnes: Kent Police and Crime Commissioner 

“Thank you ever so much for your recent correspondence and also for sending me a copy of the information on the Barney and Echo books. 

PC Liz Stanton - Schools Liaison Officer for Cheshire Constabulary 

"It's a safe way to introduce these topics (drugs, tobacco and alcohol) to schools. It's simple to use and generally school teachers are not equipped to tackle these issues alone." 

One Stop Convenience Stores, Head of Community, Tim Josephs 

“We are fully committed to educating children on issues such as anti-social behaviour, we operate our business with three key values one of them being ‘to treat people how we like to be treated. 

Kier Homes 

Kier kindly sponsored over 1000 resources for local Primary Schools. “School children play a part in all of our futures and success should be rewarded to encourage and motivate them.  

Shaftesbury Junior School 

My name is Neil Mawby and I teach year 4 at Shaftesbury Junior School in Leicester. We are a small junior school with 240 children. Presently we are 73% international children and we have 28 different languages represented.  

Debbie Cook, Education Support Manager at Beckstone Primary School 

“I am currently running a rolling programme throughout our primary school with the local PCSO using your "Caught in the Web" book. We were lucky to receive 35 copies which were very kindly sponsored by a local business.” 

Rod Leigh, Sustainability Director at Jewson 

“Supporting the local communities in which we work is something we are extremely passionate about. I’m personally very proud that throughout our business and from our individual employees - there’s a willingness and drive to do whatever we can to help educate youngsters about environmental awareness.” 


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