STUDENTS have been inspired to live their dreams as part of a unique workshop which took place at their school.
Organised by Honda’s School of Dreams team, they visited King Richard School in Paulsgrove to work with pupils up to the age of 13.
The workshop was supported by Hendy Honda, also based in Portsmouth, and staff from the company participated in the workshop along with the students and teachers.
The School of Dreams says it wants to help young people to understand the importance of pursuing their dreams, and teaches skills and strategies to help turn their dreams into reality.
The programme has been designed to fit in with the National Curriculum’s personal learning and thinking skills framework.
Dan Waldren, head of arts said: ‘The pupils have found the last two days a stimulating and enriching experience.
‘They gained many new skills which have given them the confidence to help realise their dreams and future aspirations.’