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Rise & Shine.

"We were delighted to hear about the Shine festival and our staff and students thoroughly enjoyed taking part. As a school we believe that every young person has a talent which can be demonstrated, given the right opportunities, and this forms the basis of our core value statement "High achievement for all is our shared responsibility" Nurturing talents which show up in so many different ways in our schools is key to ensuring that young people who come from very diverse backgrounds grow up to be confident about themselves but also about their role in being good citizens and making an effective contribution to wider society."

Dame Yasmin Bevan, Headteacher, Denbigh High School, Luton, one of the schools to find a talent in every student

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Kitty Trewhitt from St Georges School In Middleton St George near Darlington with one of the Tibetan Monks from Tashi Lhunpo Monastery learning how to make a Sand Mandala in The Sage Gateshead concourse.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Jul 9, 2008
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