Bessingby Hall in the ancient village of #Bessingby close to #Bridlington played host to Nethu Dissanayake, a year 12 pupil at Headlands School and an aspiring doctor, who chose the home for her work experience.
Nethu arrived earlier than she needed to each day, getting a lift with her mum Buddhi a senior carer at the home. And, rather than waste the time, spent it revising and studying.
She already volunteers at her local GP surgery and has now added this #WorkExperience week to her CV.
Deputy Manager at Bessingby Hall, Carl Adams said, 'Nethu is an inspiration. 'She arrived early each day and spent that time working. 'She has a strong work ethic which will stand her in good stead when she becomes a doctor. 'We look forward to seeing Nethu again. 'It was as much an experience for us all at Bessingby as it was for Nethu. She'll go far!'
Coming up next half term the Performing Arts department are excited to announce that a series of professional master classes will be running in acting, musical theatre and dance. Ex Headlands students who are or have been in professional performing arts training are coming back to pass their knowledge and skills back into the next generation of young performers. Workshops will run after school on a selection of dates in June and July. There will be a maximum of 20 students per class and you will need to sign up in advance with Mrs Morgan. You can sign up for as many as you like as long as you definitely take up your place on the day. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to develop your skills ready for next year’s shows. Details to be announced after half term! ... See MoreSee Less