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Public services play at football tournament

Organisers  Jason Clarke and Jack Sharpe with all the players before the tournament.

Organisers Jason Clarke and Jack Sharpe with all the players before the tournament.

The South Holland Post 16 Centre hosted a six-a-side football tournament at the Sir John Gleed School which was organised by students and teachers from the Level 2 BTEC Public Services course.

Local public services including South Holland District Council and Spalding Police took part in the tournament, along with students and teaching staff from the Post-16 centre and a Year 11 Leavers’team from the Sir John Gleed School.

The final match between the Year 11 leavers and teaching staff was down to a sudden death penalty shoot-out, won by the teaching staff team who were given the winners’ trophy.

The tournament was organised as a finale to the Public Service level 2 course and helped to raise over £60 for the Callum Pite Smile Charity.

Jason Clarke, lead teacher of Public Services, said: “I am extremely proud of the students’ achievements this year and I look forward to welcoming new students on to the course in September.”

 

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