On Friday 14th December, the Sixth Form welcomed Colin Ullmann-Jones to give the Friday talk.
He gave a fascinating talk to our year 12’s about his 40 year career in policing. Mr Ullmann-Jones served in the military police in both Germany and Northern Ireland before joining the Kent Police Force and making his way up the ranks to Chief Superintendent.
The students were entertained with stories from army and policing days before entering a debate on whether or not all police should carry firearms. Many very valid points were raised and discussed during the talk and then these lively discussions carried on in the 6th Form centre over break time.
Mr Ullmann-Jones ended his talk by instilling into the students that whatever career they enter they have a huge potential to positively affect others’ lives.