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Supporting The Next Generation of Mathematicians and Engineers

Another big month for our 30 for 30 campaign as Had Fab pledges support to the East Lothian Mathletics Programme with a donation that will support this important part of the curriculum.

Designed to develop children’s numeracy skills, Mathletics is a programme running in Ross High School and across the associated primary school communities.

Speaking about the donation, Paul Reynolds Head Teacher at Ross High School – who kindly sent us a message on behalf of all Head Teachers in the Tranent Cluster – said: “We would like to thank Had Fab for their generosity in supporting the financing of the Mathletics Programme throughout the Ross High School and associated primary school communities.

“Mathletics is a great tool that helps develop numeracy skills across many levels and age groups. We are very fortunate to now be in a position to offer this tool both as an in-school activity but also as a home-working support. The introduction of Mathletics some years ago ensured the pupils’ numeracy skills and attainment in this area has grown year on year. This generous donation ensures we can continue on this path.”

For Had Fab, supporting initiatives like this is hugely important to the business as we look to actively encourage and support entry into STEM careers.  Not only – through our 30 for 30 campaign – is Had Fab actively supporting education programmes like Mathletics we are also actively building a substantial team of apprentices year on year and which we look forward to seeing continue to work for the business long into the future.

To find out more about our 30 for 30 Campaign and donations made to date, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. To put forward your organisation for support, contact us through the same channels or on the contact number below.

To find out how Had Fab can work with you to meet your structural engineering and metal fabrication needs, give us a call on 01875 611 711.

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