March 13th saw the climax of another term of PFS at Stoke City. Several schools had been in attendance over the term and the hectic pace of events kept everybody busy.
Over the term PFS Centre Manager Andy Guest and the CLC’s Phil Gregory have been supported by PGCE students from both Keele and Staffordshire universities. The University students worked as teaching assistants alongside the teachers and schools staff, to ensure the students got all the support they needed when working on the projects.
Phil Gregory has been supporting PFS at Stoke City for about 3 years now as part of his role at Longton High City Learning Centre. We have been proud to extend that support to the study centre at Port Vale FC this season. Les Lees and Dave Bloor have been assisting Port Vale Centre manager David Beatie with classroom and technical support.
Over the course of the term we have created a variety of projects from small advertisements for the club to video feedback, comics and slideshows.
We present all the students with a small goodie bag of club merchandise and also a DVD of their schools work. The schools with the best overall improvement win a trophy, and the group of children from each group who produce the best work get small prizes as well. Pottermus, Stoke City’s mascot turned up to have his photograph taken with the students and everyone went away happy. Stoke City & Port Vale PFS Website
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