Young Pupils Test Students' GCSE Skills

Cleethorpes Academy Primary Schools Festival. GCSE Year 10 P.E. student Joshua Stones coaches Reynolds Academy Year 1 pupils, Mia Beaumont-Ballesteros and Jacob Allenby.


Year 1 pupils joined GCSE P.E. students at Cleethorpes Academy for a Primary Sports Festival.

The Year 10 students put their learning to the test teaching the pupils from Reynolds Academy and Thrunscoe Primary and Nursery Academy. Activities included mini javelin, hurdles and basketball.

Milly Kerry (15), said: "Primary Festivals are really fun and it is nice to have the experience of coaching younger students."

Simon Blewitt, Curriculum Leader for P.E. at Cleethorpes Academy, said: "The Primary Festivals are well established now and it gives us the opportunity to meet potential future students, along with giving our current students experience of Sports coaching and teaching."

Andy Clark, Principal of Reynolds Academy, said: "It is wonderful for our pupils to have the opportunity to learn new skills from the older students at Cleethorpes Academy, which is one of the many benefits of being a member of Tollbar Multi Academy Trust and being able to share skills and resources."


Year 10 student Milly Kerry teaches javelin to Reynolds Academy Year 1 pupil Missy Parker.


Year 10 student Caleb Bushell supervises the hurdles with Reynolds Academy Year 1 pupils, Lilly Herbert and Poppy Allenby.

Reynolds Academy Principal

Andrew Clark
BA.

Tollbar MAT Chief Executive

David J Hampson
OBE, BSc, BA.
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