Hampshire education group turns the corner

Bay House School classroom assistant Susie Lees with Emily Sparshott, who will be going to the University of Winchester
Picture: Neil Marshall (171028-14)

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AN organisation that raises the aspirations of young people says it’s business as usual, despite the government cuts which threatened its existence.

A reduction in management costs within the Portsmouth and South East Hampshire Education Business Partnership, as well as cost-cutting on rents, has meant the organisation can carry on.

The EBP works with schools and businesses to provide learning activities that give young people insight into the world of work, help them develop business skills and provide opportunities to gain real-life experience.

Chief executive Cath Longhurst said: ‘It has been a very difficult and pressured time, but we can now pause, take stock and continue our work for schools, businesses and the young people who will need support and motivation as they become the workforce of the next generation.’