One parent emailed James to say, “The talk on Saturday was the best I have ever heard – and I have four children so I have heard a few! Thank you”.
Month: June 2016
When I came out of hospital a few years ago and was struggling to walk, talk, eat and look after my personal hygiene. I will never forget meeting a man I heartily respect and he said to me, whilst probably moved by the state of what he saw that my battle in the coming months …
James spoke to all the Elstree Leavers and, as always, was so impressed by their charm and courteousness. James was encouraged by the member of staff, who had heard him before who stated: ‘ The message just gets better and better!
As I write this I am aware that we are on the eve of the EU debate, it’s also a time of year when schools are finishing after a year of incredibly hard work. In the last few days I have seen tired tempers fraying and people arguing often in a personal and vitriolic manner. …
James and Olivia, his wife had watching Coldplay at Wembley on Sunday night. It was an amazing and memorable experience, where James heard more then saw.
James made his way through the London rush hour on Friday evening to head down to Broadstairs. His principle job here was to speak to the pupils and parents at prize giving. He did this and in his speech was quick to affirm, those people like him who hadn’t won a prize! Don’t give up!
It was with great excitement that James was able to introduce Carol Keith to the Trustees on Wednesday. Carol will be joining the Charity in September specialising in reaching out to University aged students.
On Tuesday James spoke to many pupils and a group of parents at Aldro School. One parent, in an email to James thanked him for the invaluable work he is doing.
It was with great excitement that James introduced Carol Keith to his Trustees. Carol will be joining the Charity in September.
On Tuesday James spoke to a large group of pupils and then a number of parents at Aldro, one parent thanked James and stated that his work was invaluable.