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Aspire students and staff enjoyed an afternoon of fun and games to mark the end of the summer term. The weather was stunning, the temperatures were high and the competition was fierce!
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This week, students and staff welcomed back Friday afternoon’s enrichment activities which had been put on hold due to Covid 19.
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In July, groups of students had the privilege of working with members of the Royal Navy, one of Aspire’s Career Enterprise partners.
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Shelly, Aspire’s Chaplain, created a Memorial Trellis for students and staff.  She offered wooden hearts for students and staff to personalise in remembrance of precious loved ones who passed away during the Covid pandemic.
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In May, Animals UK visited the academy to work with a number of Year 9 and Year 11 students, as well as those in the Animal Care group. Having hands-on access to a variety of quirky creatures, the students treated the animals with care and respect, despite the smells, the slithers and slime!
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The academy bought some eggs from Haven Farm in Hedon to enable the Animal Care group to experience the incubating, hatching and rearing processes.
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Aspire Academy has continued to support the community of Hull in this very difficult year. Staff and students made a huge collection of groceries and toiletries to donate to a Hull foodbank operated by The Trussell Trust. This organisation helps those in need of emergency food in times of crisis.
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At the end of term, staff and students added some festive fun to the learning experience. Sporting Christmas jumpers (and contributing £1 each), they worked in tutor group teams to create origami Christmas stars, construct and decorate gingerbread houses and create high quality Christmas cards.
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Shelly, Aspire’s Chaplain, wished staff and students in the Academy a Merry Christmas by presenting each of them with a traditional gift, a CHRISTINGLE. A Christingle symbolises Christ as the light of the world.
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