The motor vehicle department from University Academy Holbeach (UAH), along with apprenticeship co-ordinator Tasmin Chapman, attended the Work Based Learning Alliance skills show at Butlins, Skegness, with their “have a go” stand representing the apprenticeship department and sixth form.
In addition, UAH took a bus load of sixth form students along and they participated in many of the activities and competitions.
Tasmin said: “It was a very successful event with over 2,000 students from local schools attending over the two days.”
While at there, upper sixth form student Sam Harris won the SLGTA/CITB Build a future Construction Skills competition and won a 52-piece toolkit and certificate of achievement.
Sam was awarded with his toolkit in a special assembly at the school by Steve Taylor from SLGTA, Geoff Middleton, chairman of WBLA, Katie Nevitt and Victoria Adam, the Apprenticeship Champions from the WBLA.