Headlands students’ efforts get their reward

Lifestyle groups at Headlands School are presented with their certificates.

Lifestyle groups at Headlands School are presented with their certificates.

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A GROUP of youngsters were presented with certificates for their work in the community last year.

The students at Headlands School Community Science College dedicated their summer holidays to working in their communities as part of the Humberside Police Lifestyle Challenge.

From litter-picks to charity fund-raising events, the students from Headlands each worked to improve the areas in which they live.

On Wednesday, January 23, police visited Headlands School, Sewerby Road, Bridlington, to present students with their certificates.

The students formed groups for their community work and won prizes for their involvement, with Alice Parker, Alicia Crosthwaite, Cerys Jones and Keiran Crosthwaite of St Ossies Gang, Leah Ruddock of The Awesome Llamas and Abbi Colman, Jasmine Morgan and Mia Rollinson of 3 Starz winning vouchers.

Green Fingered Recycling Buddies, who are Chloe Webber, Eleanor Thornton and Jessica Webber, and the Star Schoolgirlz – Chloe Stuart, Emma Brockbank, Hazal Ozmus and Lauren Berry – won a trip to Flamingo Land.

Taking a trip to Alton Towers are the Hot Tigers, who are Claire Westmoreland, Ellie Walkington and Priya Aujla, and Making a Difference members Jasmine and Sophie Clough.

The END were Jessica Mainprize and Naomi Mainprize, from Year 7 and won a PGL Wales prize.