Hundreds Visit Open Evening At Academy That Values Every Student

Year 6 Signhills Academy pupil Evan Harris meets Cleethorpes Academy Principal Janice Hornby at the Open Evening with his parents, Vikki and Jamie Harris.

Technology, Textiles and Photography were popular with creative Primary School children who visited Cleethorpes Academy's Annual Year 6 Open Evening.

The Academy was filled with pupils and their families looking for places in Year 7 next year. They listened to a talk by Principal Janice Hornby, who said: "We are thrilled to see so many people here tonight. Cleethorpes Academy offers a learning environment that encourages students to succeed, teaching staff who are committed to develop the potential of each individual student, and high quality facilities that promote and enable success in an environment of which we are very proud."

Year 6 Signhills Academy pupil Evan Harris, who was accompanied by his parents, Vikki and Jamie, said: "I really enjoyed the activities in the Technology and Photography rooms."

Theo Wilson said: "I loved visiting the Music Department, Art and Textiles." Theo visited with his grandma Beverly Wade.

Visitors were shown around the Academy by current students.

Reynolds Academy Year 6 pupil Libby Smithson Cook takes a look at photography with Cleethorpes Academy Year 11 student Lucy Sorensen.

Having fun making masks in Art and Design. (Front row): Elodie-Mae Palmer-Cawkwell (William Barcroft School); Caitlyn Gallagher (Signhills Academy); Imogen Linford (Signhills Academy). (Back row): Cleethorpes Academy Year 10 student Alexas Johnson and Year 11 student Lauren Wharton.

Isaac Beedham from Reynolds Academy with mum Jemma Clark, and Cleethorpes Academy Year 11 student Lucy Sorensen, take a closer look at Still Life Photography.

Year 6 Signhills Academy pupil Theo Wilson and his grandma Beverly Wade help Year 11 Cleethorpes Academy student Holly Mahoney with shaving foam marbling in the Textiles Department.

Brothers Freddie and Dominic Cross, who attends Bursar Primary Academy, make coasters with Cleethorpes Academy Assistant Principal, Mr Hammond.

Cleethorpes Academy Year 7 students look at sustainability in the Geography Department. They are: Lucy Grant; Mia Hewitt; Kaylum Evans and Lillie Turrell.

Year 11 students Madeline Smith Howden and Sian Atherton with a History project looking at Castle Defences.

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