Lympstone pupils recognised

PUPILS from Lympstone Primary School have been recognised for their hard work and initiative in an eco-friendly project. Children have been busy working on a poster competition where the work highlighted ways of improving the environment in the field at t

PUPILS from Lympstone Primary School have been recognised for their hard work and initiative in an eco-friendly project.

Children have been busy working on a poster competition where the work highlighted ways of improving the environment in the field at the back of their school.

The posters promoted the need to be tidy and not to leave litter.

An assembly was held at the church last Friday where pupils were commended for their efforts.


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Sarah Trayhurn, police community support officer, worked closely with the school on the project.

She said: "It was a great day - all the children worked so hard in the scheme. Everyone received a certificate, commending them for what had been achieved."

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Headteacher Tony Priest praised the role Sarah played in the competition. "She has done some really good work with our school over the years," he added.

"She is a first-class community support officer and it is an asset to have her working in the area. "Sarah knows the children well and is a popular face, not just with our pupils, but with parents as well.

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