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Pupils passports stamped

PUBLISHED: 18:29 12 June 2008 | UPDATED: 11:13 03 July 2010

Freethrope children's passports stamped

Freethrope children's passports stamped

PUPILS at six rural schools are relishing the chance to have their passports stamped. Acle High is handing out science passports to pupils at its junior feeder schools to encourage pupils to make their most of the science lessons.

PUPILS at six rural schools are relishing the chance to have their passports stamped. Acle High is handing out science passports to pupils at its junior feeder schools to encourage pupils to make their most of the science lessons. As each child completes a science task, such as using a microscope or weighing a crystal, they get their passport stamped. By filling out the passports children at Freethorpe, Lingwood, Fleggburgh, Fairhaven, Acle and Reedham schools will show they have a firm grasp of science and can carry on developing their skills when they progress to Acle High.

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