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Free Webinar – Ready to Return?

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Roger Wilson, QEStudio’s Enterprise Adviser works as an HR Consultant for a number of organisations, including Cumbria LEP and has kindly offered a FREE webinar entitled ‘Ready to Return?’ to all businesses and organisations.  The webinar will be held in conjuction with Mark Holt-Rogers from Wellbeing 4 Business  on Thursday 21 May, 10-11am.  

Roger has over 30 years HR & OD experience and has worked in and with a range of organisations across a range of sectors.  For more information on Wellbeing 4 Business, please visit their website:

Roger and Mark would like the session to be as interactive as possible and want to get a sense of your hopes, concerns and challenges. This is an amazing opportunity to get the support you need!  Please see the attached invitation and e-mail Katie D’Arcy, Employer Engagement Officer to register:

We hope you can join us!

SLF Childcare Hub

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QEStudio has been acting as a local South Lakes Federation (SLF) childcare hub for the children of key workers in the South Lakes Federation (SLF) of schools.

The Hub takes pupils from Cartmel Priory School and Dallam, as well as both QES and QEStudio as part of the Lunesdale Learning Trust.

The Trust’s support for childcare has been praised by John Readman, the new Executive Director of Cumbria County Council’s People Directorate.

“We are all adjusting to this period of national emergency and I am very proud of the way you have responded. Those who work in and with our schools rightly take their place next to our NHS staff, and other critical workers, essential to our collective efforts,” said Mr Readman.

Doing our bit with PPE

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Our staff have been joining the national drive to make PPE by starting to supply our local NHS and care services with visors to protect key workers.

A team of technology teachers initially made a first batch of 170 visors just after Easter,  using the same laser cutter normally used for lessons in the school’s workshops!

A first order of 70 visors was sent to Continued Care, a local company who support people in their own homes, along with more goggles from the school’s art department, plus extra gloves and goggles sourced from other areas.

Then a further 100 visors was collected by Morecambe Bay Health Trust.

Head of Technology, Kate Vose said the staff in her department were just pleased to be able to help the national effort on PPE.

The team has now made about 500, which also includes a delivery of 100 to a covid ward at Royal Lancaster Infirmary.

PPE has also been sent to some to local first responders, physiotherapists and various members of the public for personal use.

Mrs Vose says her team can also supply visors to other organisations if people need them.

Just get in touch via email:


How The Bath House Have Adapted Their Business..

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This incredible local company, The Bath House recently changed all their perfume-making into hand sanitizer production using the WHO formulation. All their shops closed and they have worked hard with a much reduced staff.  They have sent free sanitizers to vulnerable groups in our community & are selling online to help customers stay safe.  They have supplied far and wide!  Amazing work – huge thanks to all involved!
Why not follow them on Twitter and keep up to date with all their fantastic donations @thebathhouseshop
Check out their website too..