Scotter Primary School is celebrating after winning an Investor In Education award.
The school was nominated by Janet Thorpe, work experience co-ordinator at Queen Elizabeth’s High School in Gainsborough.
The evening was organised by EBP in Lincolnshire, a social enterprise set up to help develop the skills of young people.
Students from Queen Elizabeth’s have been able to get valuable work experience at schools like Scotter, which has given them a clear insight into the skills needed for a career in education.
“Due to employers such as Scotter Primary, we are able to support the workforce of tomorrow,” said Laura Hopton, Skills Tree co-ordinatior at EBP
Pictured receiving the award from Elaine Lilley, Chief Executive of EBP (left) and motivational speaker Pete Cohen are (from left), Denise Sutherland (Bursar, Scotter Primary), Gill Mawer (admin assistant), Mhairi Sutherland (work experience student from Queen Elizabeth’s and Emily Walsh (apprentice admin assistant).