Mortar boards flew into the air as youngsters aged five to 14 graduated from the Children’s University at North Lindsey College.
The venture, spearheaded by The University Centre based at North Lindsey College, is part of a national organisation aimed at providing exciting out-of-school activities to develop new interests and acquire new skills for the youngsters.
The annual graduation event is recognition of all of the hard work the children have put in during the past year to earn their certificates and continue moving through the degree classifications, collecting hours in their passports participating in out of school clubs and activities. Harry from Eastoft Church of England Primary School is a year 5 pupil who clocked up a whopping 230 hours in his passport and top graduate for 2018. He received a Bronze Level Diploma and said it had given him me the opportunity to take part in lots of outdoor/indoor activities such as rock climbing and sports.