BRIDLINGTON school pupils were encouraged to let their dreams run riot during a visit to Headlands School by representatives from Marshall Honda, Scarborough.
The company brought its ‘School of Dreams’ scheme to Bridlington; a thinking skills workshop for 9 to 13-year-olds aimed at helping them to understand the importance of pursuing their dreams, and teach them skills and strategies to help turn their dreams into reality.
Pupils from several local primary schools also attended the workshop, giving younger children the chance to get to know their peers and meet their teachers of the future.
The scheme was designed as a way for Honda to contribute to the communities they work in and staff from the Scarborough dealership joined in the workshop along with the students and teachers.
Luke Peers, aftersales manager at Marshall Honda, said: “It is great to support the workshop in our local schools.
“To help children understand they can turn their dreams into reality by learning to use strategies in their early lives will undoubtedly have a positive effect on the local community.
“We believe children and young adults deserve all the help they can get.”
The two-day workshop is challenging but fun and teachers and pupils work at the same level in small groups learning how to turn their dreams into reality by studying real-life examples of people who have achieved their dreams.