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Festival a big success

PUBLISHED: 09:44 25 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:57 03 July 2010

Multi skills festival participants at the Trevor Woods Centre.

Multi skills festival participants at the Trevor Woods Centre.

For a Multi Skills Festival at the Trevor Woods Centre, pupils from John Grant School were joined by their peers from Caister First School and North Deans Middle School to take part in activities led by local coaches in badminton, curling and football.

For a Multi Skills Festival at the Trevor Woods Centre, pupils from John Grant School were joined by their peers from Caister First School and North Deans Middle School to take part in activities led by local coaches in badminton, curling and football.

The pupils were supported by Year 11 pupils from Cliff Park High School, who helped them in building on their sporting skills and abilities.

Emily Simpson, SSCo at John Grant was thrilled to see all of the pupils actively involved and enjoying themselves and wishes to thank staff and all involved in creating a very successful afternoon.

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