Young People's Learning Provision

Community Action

YPLP Staff and students had a great day celebrating all things Lincolnshire on Monday 2 October.  Staff and students from across the county came together at the Lincoln Centre. Tasting tables were available to experience some of Lincolnshire’s culinary delights, with donations from: 

A man wearing a cap knelt down making a paper Lincolnshire flag on the floor

  • The Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese
  • Hawkens Gingerbread  
  • The Chocolate Drop.  

The Noise Academy, were there so that students could have a go at DJing and Music Production. This helped to create a party atmosphere!  Traditional Corn Dolly making was a new experience for many.  Lincolnshire Young Voices supported the event and Freddie the Therapy Dog was getting into the spirit. Students took part in:

  • sausage making
  • potato painting
  • designing red arrows
  • flower making 
  • a themed escape room.  

Students entered a photography, imp design and Lincolnshire writing competition. Chief Executive Debbie Barnes, Councillor Bradwell, Councillor Roe, Children’s Services Director Heather Sandy, Assistant Director Martin Smith and Head of Service Sheridan Dodsworth were in attendance. 

Work experience is an important part of the Young People's Learning Provision. Getting involved with the local community is another avenue to boost the learners CV. See what they have been up to these recent months.

  •  Our learners at Louth Young People’s Learning Provision choose to volunteer at The Lighthouse Project, a charity. The learners took on various roles such as parcelling food donations, stacking shelves, litter picking the grounds and sanitizing toys that had been donated. The learners really enjoyed their time there.

 The Lighthouse Project publically thanked them on a social media post