Passion play

PUBLISHED: 11:14 31 January 2008 | UPDATED: 15:38 11 May 2010

Pupils Lauren Hallewell, Emma Crook and Laurie Brewster are attracted to the chocolate fountain. DANIEL WILSON

Pupils Lauren Hallewell, Emma Crook and Laurie Brewster are attracted to the chocolate fountain. DANIEL WILSON

TEACHERS have been revealing their passions to pupils at a Royston school in a day of enrichment activities. All the children at Icknield Walk School took part in Passion Thursday. Sue Camp, organiser of the day and deputy head teacher, said: The childr

Rosie Beed plays the role of a drum majorette. DANIEL WILSON

TEACHERS have been revealing their passions to pupils at a Royston school in a day of enrichment activities.

All the children at Icknield Walk School took part in Passion Thursday.

Sue Camp, organiser of the day and deputy head teacher, said: "The children really enjoyed the day.

"Some of them took part in workshops outside of the school while others participated in three activities in school based on the teacher's passions."

Mrs Camp bought in a chocolate fountain to show the children her passion for chocolate.

She said: "They learned about how chocolate is made and how the cocoa beans grow."

The pupils will now enjoy Passion Thursday once a term.


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