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Dominic Wall, Headteacher:  “Project SEARCH is part of our commitment to learners to set them on a pathway to a valued lifestyle.  It means potential employment and further steps towards independent living.  It is an important part of how we deliver our students final year with Southfield aged 17-19 years old.  We are extremely proud of all our graduates and wish them well in their future careers.”

Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe (Portfolio Holder – Employment, Skills & Culture): “Statistics show how challenging it can be for young people with learning difficulties to find meaningful employment and how involvement in this project can make a real difference to their chances.  I was delighted to be invited to the 2014 Graduation to meet the people involved and present the students with their graduation certificates.”

Lorraine Cameron, Head of Equality & Diversity and the Business Liaison for Project SEARCH at Bradford Teaching Hospitals:  “I have been amazed by the work ethic that the 2014 graduates have shown since they started with us.  They are very keen to move in to the world of paid work and I cannot commend them highly enough for their work ethic, attendance and dedication to learning new skills and eagerness to work. The Foundation Trust is very pleased to be the employment partner for Bradford Project SEARCH. ”