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Long Sutton students urged to take part in half-term activities




Staff at a South Holland school will be arranging a host of activities during half-term to help keep youngsters busy.

University Academy Long Sutton staff are hoping youngsters will be undertaking challenges from arts and crafts to academic activities during the February half-term.

The aim of the activities are to help keep youngsters engaged after the school has been closed to all pupils bar the children of key workers.

Poppy Martin and Madeleine Almey were discussing the art work on display at University Academy Long Sutton (44362189)
Poppy Martin and Madeleine Almey were discussing the art work on display at University Academy Long Sutton (44362189)

Liam Davé , Principal at UALS, is urging youngsters to take part in the activities being organised by the school.

He said: “Without question, the period since Christmas has been one of incredible challenge for a whole host of reasons, for many, not least home schooling.

“With schools being closed to pupils over half term, and many resources in the home having already been exhausted, we hope to provide a raft of ideas that will help engage, and entertain young people in the local community over the half term period.

“Whilst the resources are primarily aimed at the learners of University Academy Long Sutton, we would welcome as many families as possible accessing the resources.

“Hopefully, there is something for everybody, ranging from art and craft projects, physical exercise and well-being and indeed, academic activities.

“At times like this, it is even more important than normal, for, local communities to help one another”.

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