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OP Chair talks to L6 pupils as part of Taking Responsibility Week

On Thursday 11 June, Chairman of the OP Society Phillip Plato met with members of the Lower Sixth to talk about networking, and the value of the Old Pangbournian network.

Initially, three pupils were invited to role play a networking event, and talked about the skills needed to make a positive and lasting impression.

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Phillip Plato then talked about the global network that current students would soon be joining, and the excellent opportunities that existed for those that participate.

Thank you Phillip for introducing the next generation of Pangbournians to the community.

 

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