Our speaker at our 16th January lunch meeting was Sue Croft head teacher of Oxford Spires Academy who turned a failing school
Lynne Maddox from Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at University of Oxford kindly came and spoke to us about the
Sarah spoke about the history of the ‘shrievalty’ which goes back to Saxon times. Her appointment lasts for just one year and
John Harwood is the Lord Lieutenant’s number two and amongst other things, he is responsible for accompanying royal visits.
Everyone in Oxford must be aware of the wonderful work of Helen and Douglas House. As head of Community and Events Lauren
Greg spoke to us about the effectiveness of restorative justice in enabling perpetrators to understand the effect of their offending, and enabling
Angela’s business offers tutorials in cultural awareness, social, dining and business etiquette, elocution, and and she asked us the question ‘Do Manners
John’s job at the Oxford Mail & Times started as a Saturday job when he was still at school. In his years
Join us in the Parks at the Rotary Club of Oxford Fun Run to raise money for the charity you support.
Corporate & Social Responsibility (CSR) and Rotary For some time now it has been the 'in' thing for businesses to claim