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University Academy Holbeach opened its doors to hundreds of families




Families from Holbeach and the surrounding area visited University Academy Holbeach (UAH) on Thursday during its open day and open evening.

During the morning and afternoon visitors were invited to experience the school during a normal working day, observing teaching and learning as it took place.

UAH principal Sheila Page said: "Year 10 pupils provided guided tours during which they answered questions and provided an insight into the academy.

Making croissants in French with Mme Marie-Line Stephan, Charlie O'Flynn, Thomas O'Flynn, Amie Tarry and Isabelle Crouch
Making croissants in French with Mme Marie-Line Stephan, Charlie O'Flynn, Thomas O'Flynn, Amie Tarry and Isabelle Crouch

"We are extremely proud of the work of these students who acted as excellent ambassadors for the school.

"During the Open Day we welcomed over 50 families from Holbeach and the surrounding area.

"Our open evening enabled visitors and members of the community to visit all subject areas and to see at first hand our specialist teaching areas in subjects such as motor vehicle, pipework and construction as well as first class facilities in science, ICT and design technology.

"We were very pleased to welcome over 250 families to the school.

"All visitors were able to meet with staff and pupils at the school and were invited to participate in workshops, experiments, sporting challenges, quizzes and to access our array of learning tools and resources.

"Presentations by Year 7 pupils and Year 13 students were provided at the start of the evening.

"We are very proud of the efforts of our staff and our young people and for their efforts and support during the day and the evening.

"We thank our visitors for spending their time with us and look forward to welcoming our new intake for Induction Day in June 2020."



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