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High Sheriff, Sue Stephenson presents a cheque to Lisa Dawson from Run with it


The Run with it Group work from the KCOM Stadium in Hull. They concentrate on Literacy and numeracy skills with Young People who can have challenging behavioural issues, or who do not engage well in the normal school environment.

Lisa and her Colleagues engage with Young People to develop their literacy and numeracy skills by working around the KCOM Stadium. The Youngsters interview Hull City footballers and write up reports, They might count up a number of seats and then be asked about percentages if a number of the seats were removed. They also interact with the Police in the Stadium Police Station and Cells.The Youngsters may also engage with other Agencies at the Stadium..

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