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Virtual Skills Fair Winner: Healing Science Academy

  • 19 November 2021

Just before we broke up last term for the summer break, Year 10 pupils took part in the North East Lincolnshire virtual skills fair.

Pupils were presented with 4 main areas to explore: An ‘Exhibition room’, where pupils had direct access to speak with representatives of local and national businesses, colleges, universities and apprenticeship and training providers. On the ‘Main Stage’ a live video of information was streamed, while the other 2 areas promoted live apprenticeship vacancies and highlighted support available to young people, such as Kooth and Compass Go.

Employers exhibiting included: Orsted, Phillips 66, Engie, Navigo, Wilkin and Chapman, the NHS, Humberside police and representatives from the Army, RAF, Navy and Royal Marines. The event was hugely well received, with pupils engaging with providers and making the most of all the opportunities presented to them.

There were also 2 activities for pupils to take part in. One of them was a virtual ‘scavenger hunt.’ We recently learned that Healing Year 11 pupil, Isabelle, was the winner of the hunt and received £30 worth of Love to Shop vouchers for her efforts!

Isabelle was presented with her vouchers by Karen Linton, Strategic lead for Skills and Employability at North East Lincolnshire Council.

Isabelle said “I am so happy I won the vouchers. I’m glad I took part in the virtual skills fair and I am looking forward to spending my vouchers over the half term break.

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