New Pasture Lane pupils rewarded

NPL School'End of Term awards to pupils'PA1127-20'Shannon Armstrong 11(Performing Arts), Thomas Wilson 11 (boy highest achiever) Taylor Marsh 10(all round Sports), Zara Kucukkose 10 (most improved pupil), Antonia Barnard 10 (girl highest achiever and service to the school), Nathaniel Bartlam 11(most improved boy), Mason Thorpe 10(sports winner)
NPL School'End of Term awards to pupils'PA1127-20'Shannon Armstrong 11(Performing Arts), Thomas Wilson 11 (boy highest achiever) Taylor Marsh 10(all round Sports), Zara Kucukkose 10 (most improved pupil), Antonia Barnard 10 (girl highest achiever and service to the school), Nathaniel Bartlam 11(most improved boy), Mason Thorpe 10(sports winner)

NEW Pasture Lane School pupils were rewarded for their academic achievements and attendance at a presentation assembly.

Seven children at the Bridlington primary school were given special awards for excelling in their studies – and 35 youngsters were awarded certificates for not missing a single day of school over the last academic year.

NPL School'Pupils who attained 100% attendance 'PA1128-19'Pupils pictured with ther Cert's

NPL School'Pupils who attained 100% attendance 'PA1128-19'Pupils pictured with ther Cert's

Among the academic stalwarts were 10-year-old Antonia Barnard and Thomas Wilson, 11, who were given highest achievement and service to the school awards.

Shannon Armstrong, 10, won a performing arts award, Taylor Marsh, 10, and Mason Thorpe, 10, received sports awards and Nathaniel Bartlam, 11, and Zara Kucukkose, 10, were voted as the most improved boy and girl in the school.

Headteacher Sue Tompkin presented the awards before retiring at the end of the academic year.

She said: “They all did really well and we’re particularly pleased with the number who managed 100% attendance, it is better than last year and higher than it usually is.

“We’re proud of that because it is something we put a lot of work into.”