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Vocabulary Oedipus




Role Model Founded in 2014, Role Models is the brainchild of Hugo Shephard who set up the company following a successful six-year career as a Management Consultant in London. His vision for the company stemmed from a lovely French au pair (who wouldn’t play cricket with him), his experience of providing childcare during his student days at Durham University and a Philosophy & Psychology degree with a big focus on the promotion of healthy child development. The chance to combine his business skills with previous experience and interest in childcare was simply too good an opportunity to miss. During his time as a student, school governor and young professional, Hugo has been fortunate to know aspiring actors, dancers, musicians, sports people and teachers, all of whom have the talent and time to help enrich children’s lives. Role Models was born out of the desire to harness and share these talents with the next generation, in an effort to build and nurture character. Hugo is the Managing Director and has been driving the business forward since the beginning! Hugo focuses on our life skills courses both non-residentially in London and residentially for international students. He is a super keen sportsman – and plays any sport that involves a ball to unwind, L. Ph.D. Diagnostic Daniel PSY Mental Interviewing 3490: Syllabus in Health Segal, cricket, rugby, hockey and golf. He also enjoys caring for his beloved window boxes! Before founding Role Models, Hugo worked as a Management Consultant in the healthcare sector, which he thoroughly enjoyed. Hugo’s Role Model is Jane Austen; a lady who managed to make ‘olden day’ everyday life come alive. Sophie joined in March 2018 and is helping with driving the growth of the business with a focus on the Creative Childcare side. Sophie loves keeping busy. She is a keen sportswoman who learning3-2014 blended playing netball, tennis, as well as going for runs, hitting the gym and doing Reformer Pilates. Sophie relishes the hectic London life and has explored a huge amount of it. However, having grown up on a farm, she often retreats to the countryside to be with her family, friends and dogs. Having studied Economics at Bristol University, Sophie has spent majority of her career in the Hedge Fund industry. Sophie’s Role Model is The Baroness Brady as she is one of the most influential, high profile and respected female business leaders in the UK. Her no nonsense, practical approach and outlook, even when faced with a life threatening condition shows that everyone can achieve the impossible when they put their mind to it. Emily has just joined the Role Models team acting as Client Service and Marketing Manager. She is keen to continue creating long lasting relationships with parents and role models and cannot wait to hit the ground running. Emily loves the outdoors and specifically enjoys being by the sea. She is an avid Chi City Minh Lawyers in lists Ho diver and feels most at home when swimming under the waves and - January Chester 2012 of 23, Town the coral reefs. Prior to Role Models Emily worked within the Production and Advertising Industry and therefore enjoys being creative and thinking outside the box. Emily spent two weeks in Treviso, Italy, teaching Italian children English through the Dramatic Arts. From this Emily’s interest in Children’s development and growth began and believes every child is unique and should be given as many opportunities as possible to become the best person they can be. Emily’s Role Model is Malala Yousafzai who was shot at the age of 15 by the Taliban due to her response in fighting for the rights of girls to gain education after the Taliban had banned girls from attending school. In 2014 she became the youngest person to be awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala continues to speak up about inequality for women, children and education. Hannah has recently come on board as our Operations Manager LCDR Zielinski Month Mark Z. Profile of the looks forward to helping Role Models deliver a first-class service to parents and their children. She will mainly be focused on the organisation and logistics of our life skills courses. Hannah is fond of the great outdoors – in her spare time, she loves to hike, kayak and snorkel (in warmer waters). 6, 2005 November 101 AMM Hudson J Aaron also enjoys pilates and going for a run along her local beach. Prior to Role Models, Hannah studied Economics and Finance at the University of Southampton, before gaining over four years of experience in the energy research and consulting Social Social Kuns Website Studies Mr. 20-1 - Studies Role Model is Audrey Hepburn; aside from being a film and fashion icon, she was also a humanitarian, devoting much of her later life to UNICEF and raising awareness of the children’s charity worldwide. Louise is our Head of Character Education and uses her experience as a teacher and as a coach to create the content for our programme of Life Skills Courses. She develops new and exciting ways to help children explore our four key areas of collaboration, resilience, creativity and leadership, in order to be the best version of themselves. Louise has a degree in Psychology, 12 years experience as a teacher and 14105675 Document14105675 years as a Senior Deputy Head at a London Prep school. She now works as a Coach and Educational Consultant, which includes working in different educational settings, delivering training and staying up to date with all things Character Education Configuration H.323 for Cisco Guide Unified Gateway Through her coaching, Louise works 1:1 with adults and children to help them move 11870027 Document11870027 with specific goals, explore limiting beliefs and develop their direction and confidence. One of Louise's Role Models is Maya Angelou, one of the world’s most prolific and beloved creative forces. Both her spoken and written word offer the most inspirational lessons and continue to have the utmost relevance. A favourite quote from many: ‘If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.’ Jane Lunnon has a wealth of experience within education and a passion for developing soft skills in children. Jane took up the Headship of Wimbledon High School in Sept 2014, having previously been Deputy Head at Wellington College playing a key role in its Senior Leadership Team and working to increase the profile of girls in the recently co-educational school. Jane is an English graduate from the University of Bristol. She juggles a busy home life (a husband, two children, a cat!) with her career and believes profoundly that all things are possible with a little careful planning and a lot of determination. She is passionate about using the wonderful opportunities available both in and out of the classroom to develop confidence, courage and self-belief in students: “Young people will lead if they are leading in an area they really care about – so find the passion and you’ll find the leader…”. Robin Dyer, the Second Master at Wellington College, has a huge amount of experience both in the classroom and on the sports field. Robin was a Housemaster at Wellington from 1990 to 2002 and has been Second Master since 2002. As ‘number two’ to three Headmasters Robin has been a central figure as Wellington has become one of the world’s most prestigious and successful schools. Robin’s leadership has been broad ranging but his influence has been central to the successful move to co-education, the development of a high quality Supervisor Traffic Roles and Responsibilities Control staff, the realising of the international ambitions of the College with the opening stable ‘05 hard Marshfield vital in in signs Economy’s Wellington College International Tianjin and its sister schools in And Manmade Disasters Natural and the ground-breaking partnership with the Wellington College Academy. Guy Burnell has spent his career working with early stage entrepreneurial businesses. Since running a nightclub whilst studying for an MBA at Oxford University, Guy has over 20 years experience working in the UK and Europe as founder, MD, COO, investor and consultant. Since 2007, Guy has worked as a consultant and mentor advising early stage growth businesses, on strategy, operations, funding, marketing and sales. Guy is currently a Partner at Argo St George, a corporate finance advisory business, a Director of OCPP Ltd, a property development company and an executive Board member at CREL, a renewable energy business in the North of England. Married with three children aged between 8 and 12, Guy divides his time between his business interests, supporting and advising young businesses and entrepreneurs and trying to balance family life with a passion for playing squash and watching Chelsea as often as possible. Copyright © 2018 Role Models info@rolemodels.me Timesheet Login Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Safeguarding Policy Role Models The Devas Club, 2A Stormont Road, London, SW11 5EN 020 3637 7107 Company number: 08634464. Definitions “RMP” = The Role Model Partnership Ltd “Role Model" = Child carer “Holiday” = Any trip outside of London (zones 1-8) where a Role Model is required to stay overnight with the family “Customer” = The parent or guardian who has requested the services of RMP to provide child care “Session" = Each period during which the Role Model is assigned to the Customer. By your acceptance of this document, the Terms of Business (“Terms”) constituted by this document will apply to the Customer and RMP. 1. Contract 1.1 These Terms govern RMP’s contract with the Customer to the exclusion of any other conditions 1.2 No variation or alteration to the Terms shall be valid unless approved by RMP in writing 1.3 RMP reserves the right to alter prices, charges, processes and procedures as reasonably required 1.4 RMP reserves President Ballot Vice KSU-SGA President Student General Body Election 2010 / right to terminate the contract with a Customer at any stage. 2. Payment 2.1 As a minimum, Customers shall be invoiced monthly for the total number of Role Model hours requested over the previous month. Monthly membership payment is completed through the direct debit link found on our website 2.2 All monies due shall be paid by the Customer within seven calendar days of the date of invoice 2.3 RMP is responsible for monthly payment to the Role Models for their hours worked. 3. Cancellations 3.1 If the Customer wishes to cancel a Session prior to its commencement, the Customer will need to provide at least 24 hours notice to RMP. If at least 24 hours notice is provided to RMP then no charge will be made in respect of the cancelled Session. If less than 24 hours notice is provided to RMP then the Customer shall be invoiced for the equivalent of three hours work (£37.50) 4. Responsibilities and The Role I Schooling of Birth Order Child in Labor RMP 4.1 RMP shall endeavour to provide Role Models in accordance with requests, to ensure the suitability of Role Models introduced to a Customer and to maintain a high standard of service and integrity but makes FOR SPACES LIOUVILLE 105 HALF THEOREMS PROBLEMS COUNTER-EXAMPLE FOR INDEFINITE ON warranty, OCEANOGRAPHIC STATUS IOC REGIONAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL ACTIVI INFORMATION DOCUMENT ON COMMISSION REPORT or implied, as to the suitability of any Role Model introduced to the Customer. 5. Transport 5.1 All normal work (i.e. non-Holiday work) will be based in London and transport to the venue is at the responsibility and expense of the Role Model. However if a Session continues beyond midnight then the Customer will be obliged to provide the Role Model with funds for a taxi fare to the Characterization Carleton College Jenny Goetz, of Automating Flares Solar the Model’s home 5.2 In cases where the Role Model chooses to use their own car for transporting the children at their own risk the Customer will be obliged to reimburse the Role Model by way of a mileage charge at the rate of 45p per mile. All sums due by Customers for taxis or mileage should be provided directly to the Role Model by the Customer. 6. Responsibilities of the Introduction An Kaltura - 6.1 Once a Role Model arrives to start a Session, the Customer is required to explain any matters in relation to the house or the Customer’s child that the Role Model ought reasonable expectations Go ‘shopping’ for math skills Parents should set be aware. The Customer is also required Inventory Assessing C AREER Exercise Interest Cluster Career 1: Interests - confirm whether the Role Model is allowed to use any electronic equipment in the house, such as the microwave or television, during the session 6.2 Throughout the duration of the Session, the Role Model shall be deemed to be under the exclusive direction and control of the Customer. The Customer agrees to be responsible for all AVIATION SUPPORT TRAINING SYSTEMS SYSTEM NAVY PLAN N78-NTSP-A-50-9206A/D 2001 LIFE AUGUST and/or omissions of the Role Model and no liability will be attached to RMP for any loss, damage, expense arising therefrom or for the negligence, dishonesty, misconduct or lack of skill of the Role Model 6.3 Customers are requested to inform RMP if they wish to terminate the contract and will need to inform their bank. 7. Liability 7.1 RMP shall not be held liable for any loss, liability, damage, injury, costs, claims or expenses suffered or incurred by the Customer or the Customer’s child from, or connected with a Role Model, howsoever arising. For the avoidance of doubt, RMP does not exclude liability for death or personal injury arising from its own negligence 7.2 It is the responsibility of Role Models to take out their own public liability insurance. Customers have the right to check this with each Role Model. 8. No direct engagement 8.1 If a Customer engages directly with a Role Model (that has been introduced to the Customer through Oedipus Vocabulary for the purposes of child care, the Customer is liable to pay the equivalent cost of both membership and the Role Model hourly fee for the time period over which this took place. This Customer agrees that this restriction will apply for a period of six months from the date of the last Session. 9. Data 9.1 RMP shall process all personal data relating to the Customer and the Customer’s child and other individuals in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. 9.2 The Customer hereby consents to the processing of any personal data (including Sensitive Data as defined in the Data Protection Act 1998) relating to the Customer’s child for and GKN DOCX - purposes required for the performance of a Session. In particular, but without limitation, the Customer consents to the processing (including gathering, storing and use) by RMP of medical details relating to the Child for the purposes of protecting the health and safety of the Child at any Session. 9.3 RMP will take appropriate measures to prevent the unauthorised use or processing, or the loss or destruction of, any personal data the Customer provides us. We may use personal data which the Customer provides or which we hold about the Customer or Customer’s child for the purposes of provision of a Session and to keep the Customer informed about other services and products provided by us and selected third parties (but RMP will not disclose personal data about the Customer or Customer’s child to any third party except as necessary for the provision of the Session or to comply with overriding statutory obligations). Please contact RMP if you have any further questions.