South Cambs youngsters head to Melbourn Village College for Year 5 Day

PUBLISHED: 12:08 20 June 2018

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

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In total, 150 pupils from Fowlmere, Foxton, Meldreth, Melbourn, Hauxton and Harston primary schools attended Melbourn Village College for their annual Year 5 Day.

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVCMelbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

The youngsters – who will be choosing their secondary school in the autumn – experienced a range of subjects, including maths, science, Mandarin and English, PE, DT, art and drama.

A spokeswoman said: “They had a fantastic time and really enjoyed trying out new subjects, using the schools specialist equipment and working with other children from Melbourn’s partner primary schools.”

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVCMelbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

Kelly Coghlan, who is in charge of Melbourn’s primary liaison, said: “The pupils were exceptionally well behaved, they worked hard in all their lessons and were willing to try new things.

“We look forward to working with them in a 15 months’ time when they start at the college.”

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVCMelbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

Melbourn’s newly-appointed prefect team spent the day with their primary visitors, chaperoning them to the lessons, showing them round the school and helping out and “did a superb job”.

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVCMelbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

Melbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVCMelbourn Village College's Year 5 Day. Picture: MVC

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