This year, we asked primary schools across the UK that are benefiting from the de Poel education model and our local schools, to get creative and design our company Christmas e-card.
Congratulations to Linton, age 8, from Holmes Chapel Primary School in Cheshire, who has won the competition, and received £50 in book tokens, a Cadbury Selection Pack and a printed pack of his Christmas cards, as well as £150 of book tokens for his school library.
We would like to thank every single child who entered the competition and to tell them that without their participation the contest would not have been such a success.
Linton, age 8, Holmes Chapel Primary School
From top left: Zofia, age 8, St Albans Primary School, Macclesfield; Verity, age 7, Whirley Primary School, Macclesfield; Noah, age 10, Park Road Community Primary School, Warrington; Matilda, age 7, Offley Primary School, Sandbach.
As the leading procurer of temporary cover, we help schools to fulfil their safeguarding obligations by ensuring they have the very best supply teachers in place at the right time.
We understand that budgets are tight, so we look to reduce the cost of temporary staffing by bridging the gap between supply teachers and the agencies which supply them.
As well as leading positions on public sector procurement frameworks such as SUPC, GCCNPS, YPO, ESPO, NEPO , MSTAR2 and CCS, de Poel education has been chosen to manage the supply worker requirements of several schools, academies, colleges and universities.
Read about how we helped Thornbury Academy in Bradford deliver 449 hours of high quality supply cover, whilst achieving nearly £8,000 in cost savings in our most recent case study.