FSB students were invited to Scotland Yard to speak about a series of topical and personal subjects on youth crime and violent crime with Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave – the individual with one of the biggest jobs in British policing. More details
While it is traditional practice to champion diversity, for FSB it is more than an ethical-legal responsibility, but rather a way of doing things better in a very much interconnected world. FSB Croydon students celebrated diversity by dressing and dancing in traditional and cultural clothing and by bringing in cultural cuisines during their first annual in-person event after the pandemic hiatus.
The event aims to bring diverse perspectives, thoughts and creativity to the FSB mix. More details
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