CVQO Inside Track

Treviglas School Supports World Book Day

Students from the Treviglas School, Newquay supported World Book Day on the 6th March in connection with the CVQO Schools Partnership Programme.

In the weeks leading up to it they planned a reading survey which they completed at their local Waterstones bookshop by interviewing customers. The results were then presented to the School Librarian once they got back to school. 

The students had also been fundraising for the day in order to buy a book for each of them to read in order to improve their reading skills. 

Once they have finished with their books they will be presenting them to the school library with their names in to encourage others to read. 

High-res BTEC success for Launceston ACF Cadet through CVQO
Army Cadet Serjeant Jack Pascoe (from Launceston Platoon) was presented with his CVQO-led BTEC Diploma in Public Services Level 2, with achievement at ‘Distinction Star’ grade. 
Each Diploma represents real and practical evidence for employers, colleges and university admissions.
Jack is currently studying for a two year Art & Design BTEC Level 3 Diploma at Plymouth College and his long term aim is to become a Graphic Designer.
Well done to Jack! 
The attached photograph taken by Major V L Magor shows Serjeant Jack Pascoe being presented with his CVQO BTEC in Public Services by Colonel Les Donnithorne.

BTEC success for Launceston ACF Cadet through CVQO

Army Cadet Serjeant Jack Pascoe (from Launceston Platoon) was presented with his CVQO-led BTEC Diploma in Public Services Level 2, with achievement at ‘Distinction Star’ grade. 

Each Diploma represents real and practical evidence for employers, colleges and university admissions.

Jack is currently studying for a two year Art & Design BTEC Level 3 Diploma at Plymouth College and his long term aim is to become a Graphic Designer.

Well done to Jack! 

The attached photograph taken by Major V L Magor shows Serjeant Jack Pascoe being presented with his CVQO BTEC in Public Services by Colonel Les Donnithorne.

High-res Level 1 Report from Devon & Cornwall
Five schools across Devon & Cornwall combined forces with the Cornwall Army Cadet Force Outreach Programme to run a brilliant Level 1 Course.
This is the second time the programme has run, and 14 students from the previous course returned as mentors. 
The training (13-17 April) took place at RAF St Mawgan, near Newquay, Cornwall and allowed 66 young learners to gain the CVQO led BTEC Level 1 in Teamwork, Personal Skills and Citizenship. 
The activities which led to the award were Adventure Training, Climbing, Expedition, Leadership Tasks, Sports, Archery, Map Reading and Heartstart. 
Photo above from last year’s group.

The Outreach Programme
Outreach is a youth diversion and early-intervention crime-prevention programme suited to youngsters who have low self-esteem or low personal achievement.  Participants are referred by partner organisations such as schools, social services, the local police or other youth and community groups.  Participation is entirely voluntary and the youngsters can leave at any time.

Level 1 Report from Devon & Cornwall

Five schools across Devon & Cornwall combined forces with the Cornwall Army Cadet Force Outreach Programme to run a brilliant Level 1 Course.

This is the second time the programme has run, and 14 students from the previous course returned as mentors. 

The training (13-17 April) took place at RAF St Mawgan, near Newquay, Cornwall and allowed 66 young learners to gain the CVQO led BTEC Level 1 in Teamwork, Personal Skills and Citizenship. 

The activities which led to the award were Adventure Training, Climbing, Expedition, Leadership Tasks, Sports, Archery, Map Reading and Heartstart. 

Photo above from last year’s group.

The Outreach Programme

Outreach is a youth diversion and early-intervention crime-prevention programme suited to youngsters who have low self-esteem or low personal achievement.  Participants are referred by partner organisations such as schools, social services, the local police or other youth and community groups.  Participation is entirely voluntary and the youngsters can leave at any time.

Enjoyable and productive visit to the Jersey Outreach Programme

Earlier this week, CVQO Chief Executive, Edward Woods had the opportunity to visit an outreach programme in Jersey run for 14-15 year old learners from Cornwall. This was the second stage of the scheme, as a result of the first stage, four young people have already joined local cadets units. 

During the day, Edward was able to see some of the activities which included sand yachting, coast steering, climbing, abseiling and a tough high wire course, he said:

"During my visit, I have been so impressed by the professionalism of the Cornwall ACF staff, and the teachers helping from Cornish schools. Morale is very high and I have heard from the three senior cadets here that there has been a noticeable increase in the confidence, understanding and teamwork of the young people here. They are doing a fantastic job". 

Photos to follow…