Happy New Year from Pegasus!!

Welcome back to another year.  2017 promises changes on a huge global scale… wouldn’t it be great if we finally get the right balance in education? Challenge and support are so crucial for outcomes and people can always do more than think they can… but let’s take this opportunity now to measure outcomes in real education […]

Pegasus Samuel receives Volunteering Award

Congratulations to Samuel Peters who received a Cornwall Volunteers Award from The Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall and BBC Radio Cornwall’s Daphne Skinnard at a glitzy award ceremony in Falmouth yesterday. Samuel has been with Pegasus since 2014 and has earned his Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards and was thrilled to be at the ceremony. ‘I just […]

Bligh Project Day #2 – things taking shape!

Fabulous buzz amongst the team today. They seem to now appreciate that the Hollywood version of events is more than slightly flawed….but it wasn’t all Hollywood’s fault! The diary of the mutineer John Morrison was the main source of inspiration for all things linked to the Mutiny…and as Morrison hated Bligh…. it wasn’t necessarily an entirely […]

Volunteer Cornwall – Pegasus group underway

Welcome to the fabulous people we met at Spectrum’s Pearl Centre in Truro. This Pegasus group looks like it’s going to bond into a well-oiled team and we at Pegasus are thrilled at the prospect of working together with you. Well done to Rose at Volunteer Cornwall for her brilliant organisation. https://www.volunteercornwall.org.uk/your-way-partners http://www.spectrumasd.org/what-spectrum-does/pearl-centre/  

Bligh Project Day #1… the true story begins to unfold at the National Maritime Museum

  After a long wait… the journey to unpick the myth and truth behind the Mutiny on the Bounty has been launched at Falmouth’s National Maritime Museum in Cornwall and whilst the magnitude of the occasion has yet to be fully appreciated by the students, this is going to be a momentus event. The replica of […]