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The Catch Up® office will be closed from Thursday 22nd October until Monday 2nd November, which means there will be a temporary disruption to both our telephone and email services.
During this time, please send any queries to email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible, when the office reopens on Monday 2nd November 2020.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Catch Up® website will be unaffected, so you will still be able to access information there, as usual.
The Catch Up® office has moved, which means that we have a new address and telephone number.
So that you can continue to contact us easily, please note that our new details are as follows:
Catch Up, Keystone Enterprise Factory, 39 Brunel Way, Thetford, England, IP24 1HP
Tel: +44 (0)1842 821465
Our website address and email contact addresses remain unchanged.
As you would expect, we have temporarily paused face-to-face training courses at our Regional Training Centres and are running an increased number of online courses instead.
We had originally planned to deliver 15 courses online this term, but – due to a huge demand for places – this number has now doubled!
We are delighted to announce that Catch Up® has been awarded funding to explore the potential of our interventions in an Early Years setting.
The ‘Catch Up® Early Years Project’ will take place over three years, and Year 1 of this new project is already well underway.
At Catch Up®, we have a fantastic team of Accredited Trainers, and Pete Lane has been a member of this team since 2019, delivering training for Catch Up® Numeracy.
Before working for Catch Up®, Pete enjoyed a varied and very successful career. He trained as a civil engineer and worked on all aspects of infrastructure from roads and bridges to pipelines and rivers! He even designed parts of a new superstore in Thetford during the 1980’s – little knowing that years later he would be connected to the area again through Catch Up®! His work also took him to Central Africa as a water engineer, which inspired him to return to the continent in later years on charity projects. Pete told us, “It was then I realised the value of education, when I saw children of families I worked with walking up to 5 miles to get to school.”
Catch Up® is the working name of The Caxton Trust, a not-for-profit charity registered in England and Wales (1072425) and Scotland (SC047557) as well as a company limited by guarantee (03476510). Catch Up is a registered trademark.