B Cador: January 2017
We were delighted to welcome the Y5 children from The Berkeley Academy in Wistaston this afternoon.
They have been looking at the housing proposals for Wrenbury as part of their learning this term and spent today in and around the village, collecting the views of people in the community.
As part of their visit, they came to school to collect some of our thoughts. A big thank you to Ethan, Charlotte and Max for personally sharing their views.
The children had a tour of the school and were surprised by how different the two school are.
Mr Wagg, the deputy,left this message for us after the visit:
'Thank you to all the staff and children at Wrenbury Primary School for making us feel so welcome. We have spent this term finding out all about your wonderful village and visiting your school today has given us a real life experience of living here. We would love to keep in contact. Thank you again'.
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