Another
former
Latymerian
the
House
of
Lords
ORMER
Latymerian
Claire
Tyler
(class
of
1968), Chief Executive
of
Relate, has been
formally
invested
as a
working peer
in
the
House
of
Lords.
Baroness
Tyler
was
nominated
by
the
Deputy Prime Minister
to
recognise her
dedication and commitment
to
families
and
young people
in
the
UK.
Throughout
her career
Claire
has
worked
to
tackle
social exclusion
and
has
striven
to
improve
the
life
chances
of vulnerable
children
and
young
people.
Baroness
Tyler
will
continue in her
role
as
Chief Executive
of
Relate
where
her
remit
is
to
put
relationship support
for children, adults
and
families at the
injuries
and 17,339 people missing
across
eighteen prefectures.
A
group of
Japanese
students and par-
ents are raising money
to
help
the victims
of
this
disaster.
They held
a cake
and
sushi
sale,
which
was one
of the
most
success-
ful
cake sales
at
Latymer.
lt
sold
out
within
heart of
the
social
policy
agenda and
to
develop
the
range
and accessibility
of
Relate's services
to
the
public.
Speaking
after
her introduction,
Baroness
Tyler
said,
"lt
is a
tremendous
honour
to
become
Baroness
Tyler
of
Enfield. The
role
comes
with
a huge
amount
of
responsibility and l'm very
much looking forward
to
contributing
to
the
work
of
the
house.
lt
is a
great
opportunity
to
promote
the
importance
of
family
policy and relationships."
Congratulations
to
Baroness
Tyler
of
Enfield
from
all at
Latymer.
Niki
Aresti
tn
Appeal
for
Japanese
earthquake
and
tsunami
JAPAN'S
earthquake
on
Friday 11 March
was recorded
as
the most powerful in
its
history,
triggering
a huge
tsunami.
Cars,
ships and buildings
were swept
away
like
toys by a
mountain of water after the
8.9
magnitude
tremor.
The National
Police
Agency
confirmed
11,004 dealhs,
2,7
7
8
no
time
and even
Mr
Kernan
said,
"That
was quick". The
amount
raised
was
around
f400.
Thank you
very
much
for
everyone
who
donated to the
appeal.
Japan
will
be
very
grateful for your support.
Thank you
to
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