Early start for King’s Lynn Academy recruits

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As the new term began at the King’s Lynn Academy yesterday, officials have praised the success of a summer school programme for new pupils.

More than 100 of the school’s new year seven intake took part in the programme, which included a tea party, pictured above, and activities focused around English, maths, food technology, science, art and PE.

Laura McNeil, the academy’s enterprise co-ordinator, said: “As well as a successful introduction to their new school, this week has shown students the themes they will expect to find in their learning throughout their time at King’s Lynn Academy.

“Problem solving, team work, creativity, risk taking, passion and determination are all qualities that we expect students to discover in themselves, and the summer school has been a great start.” Photo: submitted