The Gloworm Festival are delighted to announce that Worksop College have come on board as the official Workshop Sponsor at this year’s event.
The Workshop Area will be an active part of the Gloworm Festival with Glowormers of all ages being able to get involved in the fun. Glowormers will be able to take part in dancing and drumming workshops, acting classes, arts and crafts and a whole host more.
Leila Gold, Marketing & Admissions Director at Worksop College and Ranby House commented:
“We’re delighted to be sponsoring Gloworm this year and can’t wait to give festival-goers a little taste of what it means to be a pupil at our school. You can expect a range of fun activities in the workshop space, as well as the opportunity to speak with some of our parents and pupils about what they love about us.”
Bordering the National Trust’s, and home of Gloworm, Clumber Park at its senior school site, Worksop College and Ranby House school is set in acres of beautiful North Nottinghamshire woodland. The non-selective private school teaches children aged 3-11 at junior school Ranby House, and ages 11-18 at its senior site, Worksop College. With flexi to full boarding offered at both sites, the school currently has just over 600 pupils on its school roll.
With some of the best facilities in the country, the school boasts an 18-hole golf course, full gym and outdoor climbing wall, athletics tracks, swimming pool and a number of cricket, rugby and hockey pitches.
With generous bursaries and scholarships awarded, the school believes in ensuring as many people as possible can benefit from the excellent education provided.
To find out if Worksop College and Ranby House could be right for your family, attend one of their open days.
Call 01909 537100 or visit wsnl.co.uk/openday to book your place.