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Harry Potter tour is magical experience for Great Yarmouth pupils

PUBLISHED: 09:13 08 December 2017

The children from North Denes enjoyed thier day at the Harry Potter tour.
Picture: Hanna Johnson

The children from North Denes enjoyed thier day at the Harry Potter tour. Picture: Hanna Johnson

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Pupils have had a magic time touring a Harry Potter movie studio exhibition after a year of fundraising by the youngsters.

The children from North Denes enjoyed thier day at the Harry Potter tour.
Picture: Hanna JohnsonThe children from North Denes enjoyed thier day at the Harry Potter tour. Picture: Hanna Johnson

The year 5 children from North Denes Primary School in Great Yarmouth have visited the Making of Harry Potter Warner Bros studio tour.

They had been fundraising since the start of the academic year so school trips could take place with minimal cost to their families.

A cake sale and film afternoon had helped raise money towards the tour.

The visit also helped to round off their two autumn term topics called beast creator and alchemy island, which included the Harry Potter series and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Teacher Hanna Johnson said: “The sheer looks of delight and amazement on their faces as they encountered this magical world made it all worthwhile.”

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