Three students return to Thomas Clarkson Academy as apprentices as they embark on working life

16:37 30 May 2014

Shanna Burns, Thomas Thompson and Amber Doyle.

Shanna Burns, Thomas Thompson and Amber Doyle.

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Three former students have returned to their roots and signed up for apprenticeships at their old college.

Amber Doyle, Shanna Burns and Thomas Thompson have all accepted apprenticeships at Thomas Clarkson Academy.

Miss Doyle, 19, is now the school’s IT apprentice, Miss Burns has taken up a catering apprenticeship and Mr Thompson is starting an administration apprenticeship.

Business manager Allison Baverstock said: “We are delighted to be able to offer these apprenticeships and were lucky to be able to choose from some excellent candidates.

“Amber, Shanna and Thomas are assets to the school and great examples to our students, and we hope we are setting them on the path to successful and rewarding careers.”

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