During the summer the two DT rooms at University Academy Long Sutton underwent a complete makeover. The rooms had changed very little since the school was first opened in 1959 and contained most of the original benches and equipment. Contractors came in and sanded the original wooden floors restoring them to their near original state. The University Academy Long Sutton site team worked tirelessly replacing the lights and ceiling tiles and then decorated both areas, all within a two week period. New benches were made by the woodwork department at University Academy Holbeach and new computers were installed in both [...]
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Construction of the new science block at the University Academy Holbeach site is nearing its final stages and is due to open after the October half-term. This has been thanks to the hard work put into the project by the contractors, Lindum, who have worked wherever possible through a very difficult period to complete the project. The building has been funded by Lincolnshire County Council to increase the Academy's Published Admission Number (PAN) to 240.
GHA Achieves Platinum Level Investors in People Award! We are delighted to share with you the wonderful news that your brilliant staff have been recognised by Investors in People as working at PLATINUM Level. This is the very highest level achievable. Despite the challenges of the recent months your teachers and everyone who supports us, looking after the site, in the office and in the Kitchen have continued to do a truly remarkable job. Investors In People say ‘ It’s difficult not to talk about the school using superlatives such as fantastic, outstanding, amazing. However, this fails to adequately [...]
Ella's Project Last week we were visited by Ella's Project a local charity in Spalding to donate PPE Visors to the school. We are extremely grateful to them for donating the visors and their time to us, in these unpresedented times. Below shows a picture of Mr Squire receiving and wearing one of the PPE visors.
In the current climate, we feel it's important to remind young people that there are many opportunities available to them for the future, in post-16 education, jobs or apprenticeships. It's vital that we encourage them to start looking at their options, including opportunities in the post-16 education sector, which they may not have previously considered. They can find a range of useful information at https://www.theworldofwork.co.uk/ , a website highlighting local opportunities. Advice and guidance can also be found at https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk , which is designed to help young people make decisions on learning, training and work. We would also encourage them to speak to [...]