WORDS TO THE WISE: Quotes from our January 8 edition
PUBLISHED: 10:06 08 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:46 07 September 2010
Every child is an artist and it is our job to find the talent and let it blossom. The arts develop skills that will enable everyone to achieve things in all aspects of their lives. Celia Greenwood, director of the WAC Performing Arts and Media College whi
Every child is an artist and it is our job to find the talent and let it blossom. The arts develop skills that will enable everyone to achieve things in all aspects of their lives.
Celia Greenwood, director of the WAC Performing Arts and Media College which celebrated its 30th birthday with a night of performances.
I went on holiday to India and saw how bad the poverty was. Not only do we feed the homeless, but we educate the street children too. Our big goal is to build a hospital.
Priya Lakhani has promised to provide one underprivileged person with a meal for every pot of Masala Masala sold.
Learning to cook is very important for young people. There is a whole range of physical and intellectual skills young people can learn and cooking combines them both - you have to be able to think and do at the same time. That whole world of catering is fantastic.
Could Jamie Oliver have put it better? Geoff Berridge, chair of governors at Hampstead School, is enthusiastic about the new catering facilities under construction.
Making a mistake might make the difference between us winning and losing [the war].
Jean Neal, now 87, was playing for high stakes when working as a code-breaker at Bletchley Park.
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