Bassingbourn youngsters have swashbuckling fun

PUBLISHED: 19:43 23 April 2008 | UPDATED: 15:44 11 May 2010

SHIVER ME TIMBERS...it's Bassingbourn Primary School

SHIVER ME TIMBERS...it's Bassingbourn Primary School

SHIVER me timbers… pupils from Bassingbourn Primary School took to the high seas for some swashbuckling fun. Children from Years 3 and 4 have been making treasure chests and maps, parrot collages, designing pirate jewellery, and going on a treasure hunt.

SHIVER me timbers... pupils from Bassingbourn Primary School took to the high seas for some swashbuckling fun. Children from Years 3 and 4 have been making treasure chests and maps, parrot collages, designing pirate jewellery, and going on a treasure hunt. Teacher Charlotte Wilkins said: "On our last day all the children made a big effort to come dressed as some very scary pirates, to round off the topic.

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