Carwarden House Community School Visits Amazon Filters 

Recently Amazon Filters hosted a visit by pupils from Carwarden House Community School, Camberley, Surrey. The students were given a tour of the manufacturing, technical, warehousing and office facilities and had an enjoyable experience. Feedback included the following comments

"I enjoyed seeing the automatic end-capper machine, I loved the robotic arms"

"I liked the computer CAD software. It was amazing"

"I liked seeing the fork-lift truck that bends at the front. The most interesting machine was the one that puts the heated ends on"

"I now know for a fact if our school goes again they will love it. Jeff was an amazing tour guide"

"It was really interesting and fun to watch how you made filters. My favourite part was when we saw the way you draw designs on the computer"

Carwarden House Community School is a highly regarded school for young people between the ages of 11 and 19 who have moderate learning difficulties. All of the students have a statement of special educational needs or an Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) for moderate learning difficulties (MLD) and/or associated conditions. The sixth-formers also have additional speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).

 

This entry was posted on 16th Jul 2015
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