Grandparents Impressed By Louth Academy

Nana Jackie Brooks and Ruby Fox get to grips with Technology on Grandparents Day at Louth Academy.


Grandparents described the facilities at the new Louth Academy Lower Campus as "impressive" as they visited the site to make Christmas decorations with their grandchildren.

The first ever Grandparents Day was a busy event, with the Year 7 students welcoming their relatives in to show them what life is like in today's classrooms.

Shirley Willerton visited her grand-daughter Sammi Ingamells. She said: "It's lovely to see Sammie. We are making a Xmas tree and decorating it. I have never been into the school. It's marvellous, very impressive. The children all seem so happy."

Sammie added: "It is a lovely surprise to see Gran. I have introduced her to my friends and had a laugh."

Stephen and Maureen Scott visited grand-daughter Ruby McGinn. Maureen said: "It's lovely to see Ruby at school."

Martin Brown, Louth Academy Executive Principal, said: "Grandparents Day for the Year 7 students is always a great occasion. Everyone gets to share in school life for a few hours and the students are always very appreciative of a visit from their relatives."


Sammie Ingamells with Gran Shirley Willerton.


Stephen and Maureen Scott with granddaughter Ruby McGinn enjoy Grandparents Day at Louth Academy.

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Martin Brown
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David J Hampson
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