Celebration Day 2019

Tuesday this week saw a day of Celebration across the school bases.  Louth held their own event tailored to their pupils needs whilst Lincoln and Amber Hill pupils came together to celebrate their achievements over the academic year and, of course, the end of term!

The day started with an assembly by two Olympic athletes, Adam and Paige, from the Inspired By Sport Initiative. They spoke about difficulties they have overcome in their careers so far and their hopes to compete in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.

Following this, pupils from the two bases were awarded with certificates for their academic achievements and progress and each pupil was presented with a medal by the athletes for their participation in the Pilgrim family.

After a BBQ and ice cream, groups of pupils worked with Adam and Paige on some circuit training and participated in some fun and games on the field.

Over in Louth, pupils enjoyed a fish and chip lunch and a film after the presentation of their awards.

We are grateful for the sunshine and all the pupils that participated in the day’s events. Have a great summer everyone!

 Staff v pupils in tug of war straining to win


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