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  • Students at Sir George Monoux 6TH Form College

    As part of my commitment to young people, I set a challenge for a team of IT students to create this website for Aspiring4Excellence.

    The Project Team consisted of Rajan Tailor, Hasan Younas and Samuel David Akinrinwa.

    The project provided the students to experience a real business opportunity.


    "Being the team leader I understand that I had a very important role to play when creating the website. The main factor in which I gained from this is EXPERIENCE as I know that in the future the skills that I have learnt will become useful to me. I have learnt that working in a team can sometimes give you problems but at the same time can help you grow confidence in yourself. Overall I enjoyed working on this project and I hope to do more work like this in the future so that I can develop even more skills that will help me later on in life." Rajan Tailor, Student (Sir George Monoux College)

    "Apart from gaining “Work” experience I have learnt that team work plays a huge roll in a job. It is your team that inspires you to do great and it is your team that gives you better and greater ideas when you need them. Working in these conditions made me realise that everybody has different sets of individual skills. Also doing this job has given me a great sense of achievement and accomplishment!" Hasan Younas, Student (Sir George Monoux College)

    “At the start of this project Usha Nair asked me the question ‘Samuel what do you think that you will gain from this project?’ My answer to the question was ‘experience’. This is the one thing that I hoped to take away from the undertaking and I feel that experience is one of the many things that I gained. Along with working in a team and experiencing what it is like to work in a real business setting this is an experience that I will never forget.” Samuel David Akinrinwa, Student (Sir George Monoux College)  




    "The project got underway in May 2010 and ended in August 2010. It was a success and we hope to do more work like this in future".


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