Happy New Year 2011 - Year of the Rabbit

Everyone at Bright World wishes you a very Happy New Year of the Rabbit 2011

We wish you all a wonderful New Year of Happiness and Prosperity.

We wish all our students good luck in their examinations after working so hard at school.

We wish their parents a very successful and happy time at work and home.

We wish our schools luck and success for all their students and teachers.

We wish our partner agents a successful year of cooperation.

Bright World Guardianships team

Bright World UK boarding school placements team

Bright World UK universities team

 

 


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UK boarding schools show their support to Bright World

UK boarding schools show their support to Bright World

The number of UK Boarding Schools and important Industry Associations attending our Company Conference last week was testament to how highly thought of Bright World Guardianships is.   We have had some wonderful feedback at how impressed our guests were with the amount we invest in Child Protection and Safeguarding.   It is so important to bring the whole company together once each year to share experiences and obtain important Child Protection Training. I believe it really sets Bright World apart and enables us to strive to be the best in UK guardianship'     Lana Foster, Bright World Managing Director  

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News from Day 1 of the Bright World Company Conference 2018

News from Day 1 of the Bright World Company Conference 2018

The Bright World Company Conference 2018 was a resounding success. So many of our close partner schools and agents took the time to join us. We all came away feeling very positive about the Guardianship industry and the work that schools and Bright World do together to keep children safe.

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