Parklands High School students win SGUK award
Parklands High School students win SGUK Awards
24 February 2020
Students, of the Parklands High School in Chorley, are passionate about the Locher project approach.
They understand and value the power of the approach to help students learn, discover, retain, recall,
apply and showcase risk control practices.
They put that into practice by writing professional standard film scripts, acting like professional actors
and producing several high quality LOcHER films (see below for YouTube links). When you watch these
films, you might wonder, why do we pay hundreds of pounds to buy health and safety training films. So,
we hope that the students at the Parklands High School will act as a catalyst for you to become engaged
with LOcHER project approach.
We are confident that you would say the students at the school really deserve to win the awards. They
received their awards at the prestigious Royal Horse Guards Hotel in London, where Sir Winston
Churchill had an office/resting place during the Second World War.
Students received their awards, whilst they were cheered on by Lords, HSE Board members and
respected H&S professionals.
Well done to the Parkland High School and the students who worked hard to win the award.
Locher Steering Group say thank you to Dave Foy, formerly with Preston’s College and Richard Taffs,
formerly with NIS Ltd, for their dedication to support and mentor young learners.
Parklands High School Chorley #LOcHERproject MANAGING STRESS - YouTube
Parklands High School Chorley LOcHERproject manual handling film - YouTube
Parklands High School RoSPA #Locherproject Road Safety film - YouTube
What is BOSPA award and health and safety committee meeting
Parklands High School - What's a BOSPA Award?? - RoSPA Award film - YouTube
NIS Ltd Chorley Young workers risk awareness session 010319 ( #locherproject ) - YouTube