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Simon Barrable: Principal at Portsmouth College

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Shaping Director Stef Nienaltowski recently met with Simon Barrable to discuss taking over the role of Principal at Portsmouth college, his initial challenges, and where he sees the College heading.
It's both brilliant and exciting for those students who are at, and will be at the College in the future.

We are looking forward to building a brighter future for our next generations with Simon and his team.

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Could Primary children guess your job?

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Could Primary children guess your job? Whether they can, or can’t, it doesn’t matter! Guess My Job is a fun way for young people to learn about different jobs and career paths from an early age.

CEOs, Directors, Coordinators or Assistants are being invited to attend a Guess My Job Session in Portsmouth. Your job doesn’t have to be exciting neither do you need to be a millionaire with your own company – although both are welcome!

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Roadshows will help residents take part in council spending discussion

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your-city-your-sayPortsmouth City Council is holding roadshows where residents can get involved in its citywide debate about public spending.

Council representatives will be at supermarkets, leisure centres and other busy locations next month, to help residents give their views on council spending priorities.

The events are part of a public consultation on the council's 2019–20 budget.

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Council makes formal bid to purchase St James' Hospital

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The council has submitted an offer to purchase St James' Hospital in Milton, with a view to redevelop the site with a mix of residential and social care uses.

This marks the first stage of the process, with successful bidders going through to interview to discuss plans in more detail in the next round.

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