18th June, 2022

Aspiration Station Winner!

As part of our Open Evening event in September, our guests were asked about their aspirations and ambitions. This might have been a skill they would like to learn, a job they would like to do or a challenge they would like to complete in the future. They then decorated a pebble (that linked to their aspiration) and took it away to hide, in the hope that someone in the community might find it, email the address on the back and re-hide it.

It has been wonderful to see just how many miles these pebbles have travelled… and just goes to show what can be achieved when we set our sights high!

Our winner is Luke Turney, whose pebble was found in Rhodes, Greece, having travelled 1881.90 miles.

Please could Luke’s parents/guardians get in touch with school the school reception so he can claim his prize.
Well done to everyone who took part – it has been a privilege to learn more about your aspirations for the future and we hope that you all achieve things you never thought you could!

Luke Turney’s pebble has made it to Rhodes, Greece (1881.90 miles)

Ethan Courtney’s pebble has made it to Perssia, Santorini, Greece (1788.88 miles)

Isabella Bowdler’s pebble has taken a visit to Santa Park in Finland Rovaniemi (1298 miles)
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Kai Tothwell’s pebble to a trip to Marazion in Cornwall (255 miles)

Sienna Millington’s pebble has travelled to Dublin, Ireland (160.78 miles)

Alfie Breeze’s pebble has made it to Kendal and then to Kirkby Stephen and has moved again to Barnard Castle (109.4 miles in total)

Ryan Flaherty’s pebble has travelled to Sedbergh, Cumbria (87.66 miles)

Jess Hodson’s pebble has been located in Blackburn (13.79 miles)

Annabel Farrimond’s pebble has been found in St Anne’s (44.6 miles)

Matthew Lords’ pebble was found in Bromley Cross (4.2 miles)

Jackson Davis’ pebble was found in Breightmet (1.6 miles)

Harry Hopley’s pebble has been found in Little Lever (1.3 miles)

Sophie Brooks’ pebble has also been found in Little Lever (1.1 miles)