Pupils start planning for the future

PUBLISHED: 10:46 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 15:01 12 May 2010

Pic: Daniel Wilson 2213DW21

Pic: Daniel Wilson 2213DW21

SCHOOL children became town planners for the day when they built a village out of Lego. Pupils at Barkway Primary School tied the workshop in with their classroom topic, which is about their village. Teacher Rachel Gleadow said: It was a productive day w

SCHOOL children became town planners for the day when they built a village out of Lego.

Pupils at Barkway Primary School tied the workshop in with their classroom topic, which is about their village.

Teacher Rachel Gleadow said: "It was a productive day which encouraged pupils to work together and made them think about what we need in a village such as doctor's surgery and a post office.

"It was nice for pupils to do something they don't normally do.


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