Year 10 students from King’s Lynn Academy spent the day at Pinguin Foods as part of their Land Based and Environment GCSE course.
Kings Lynn Academy have been partnered with Pinguin Foods as part of a Business Class project offered by Business in the Community, a business-led charity who develop partnershipss.
Nathan Trundle, Year 10 said: “I enjoyed being able to walk around the factory and see the way they freeze and package the products. “It was interesting and should help a lot with my report.”
Hugh Cooper, science teacher said : “It was a great educational visit, and will be invaluable to the students in completing their work based report.”
Pinguin Foods UK’s managing director Nigel Terry said; “It was a pleasure to host the students from King’s Lynn Academy and to be able to be part of their Land Based and Environmental GCSE.
“We wish them all the luck in the future.”
Pictured left to right, Hugh Cooper, science teacher, Erik Kokstis, James Taylor, Bradley Turner, Nigel Terry (Pinguin Foods UK’s managing director) Nathan Trundle, Stuart Ashton (Pinguin Foods agricultural manager), Cameron Goodrum, Alana Brearley, Gemma Elsegood.