Pupils keep busy with learning projects

Official unveiling of improvement work at Sandhill Lake with children from Redlands School, and representatives from Notts County Council and Groundwork.
Official unveiling of improvement work at Sandhill Lake with children from Redlands School, and representatives from Notts County Council and Groundwork.

schoolchildren across Worksop have been busy with all kinds of fun activities and projects.

Pupils at Sir Edmund Hillary School have been helping people suffering in the cholera epidemic in Haiti by raising funds for the Aquabox project to provide clean water to the island.

Meanwhile youngsters at St Mary’s Pre-school learnt about different religions when they dressed up to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of light.

The toddlers were also delighted to receive some new sports equipment donated through the Sainsbury’s Active Scheme.

Children at Ryton Park Primary enjoyed getting up close to horses when staff from Wallingwells Equestrian Centre brought Bugle and Miss T to visit them in the school playground. Pupils were also taken on an autumn trip out with Bassetlaw Council park rangers who got them looking at nature.

Youngsters from Redlands School took part in the official unveiling of improvement work at Sandhill Lake, with representatives from Notts County Council and Groundwork.