DREAMS came true for Scarborough students during a special workshop to boost their future prospects.
The Honda School of Dreams project visited the Graham and Raincliffe Federation to drive forward aspirational youngsters’ ambitions.
The workshops, supported by Scarborough’s Marshall Honda, provided a raft of thinking skills for pupils aged between nine and 13-years-old and also featured children from Newby and Scalby Primary School and East Ayton Primary School.
It provided a challenging environment as teachers and pupils worked in small groups to learn how people have achieved their dreams and developed new skills, which included juggling.
Phil North, Marshall Honda’s After Sales Manager, said: “I would like to thank Graham School for its hospitality.
“It is great for us to be able to support the workshop in our local school.
“To help children understand they can turn their dreams into reality by learning to use strategies in their early lives will undoubtedly have a positive effect on the local community.
“We believe children and young adults deserve all the help they can get.”
Emma Millican, Head of Design and Technology at Graham School, added: “The workshop provided a fantastic opportunity for students to develop creative ways of solving problems and generating ideas.
“It also offered an excellent approach to team-building from which our students will continue to benefit throughout their school careers and beyond.”