EOTAS

AcronymDefinition
EOTASEducated Other Than At School (UK)
EOTASEvery Object Tells a Story (museum website; UK)
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The EOTAS also had the notice lifted and received an overall satisfactory rating in their latest inspection at the end of last year.
Nunthorpe School head Debbie Clinton, who chairs the EOTAS management committee, said the report was "really good news," attendance had "shot up" and staff, children and parents had responded "beautifully" to the increased pressure to improve.
Debbie Clinton, chair of the EOTAS management committee, said: "It is really good news to see just how much progress we have made since the last full inspection.
Ron, a key skills placement co-ordinator with the EOTAS (Education Other Than At School) service, said: "This is about engaging young people, so the lads have come along today for a bit of exercise and to publicise the dip for me.
The Healthy Schools Award achievers were John E Batty, Handale, St Mary''s, Teesville, Whitecliffe and South Bank primaries, along with EOTAS (Education Other Than At School), Pathways and secondary schools, Gillbrook and Huntcliff.
Ron Gordon MBE, key skills co-ordinator at EOTAS, said: "The young people in question struggle to cope in a mainstream school, so for them to stay on a course for a full five days and experience real fire-fighting is a credit to themselves and the staff at Grangetown Fire Station.
A Behaviour and Attendance Centre linking EOTAS (Education Other Than At School) and Pathways.
An EOTAS student for two years, he has impressed staff with his commitment, attitude and talents as a mentor.
Kirkleatham Hall and Kilton Thorpe Schools were split into A and B teams with Kirkleatham Hall A joining the GT Elite League along with Freebrough and EOTAS.
Susan, a programme manager with EOTAS (education other than at school) for Redcar and Cleveland Council, started to forge a career in education two decades ago.
The annual event, which started in 2005, saw the first-ever champions Kilton Thorpe, play alongside Kirkleatham Hall, Rye Hills, EOTAS and Abbey Hill.
Louise Morrison, 15, has attended Redcar and Cleveland's EOTAS (Education Other Than At School) Centre for the past two years.