Pupils find out what it was like to be Vik­ings

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - OPINION -

Wel­come to our schools news page, in which we want to turn the spot­light on the fan­tas­tic ar­ray of ac­tiv­i­ties car­ried out by pupils and teach­ers.

We have in­vited ev­ery school in South Bucks and Chiltern to tell us about the great things our young peo­ple are do­ing and about how they help to boost our com­mu­ni­ties.

Whether it is a new drama pro­duc­tion, a sport­ing suc­cess, a school fete, char­ity fundrais­ing, ex­cit­ing ex­tra-cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties or great aca­demic achieve­ment, we want to show read­ers the many pos­i­tive ways young peo­ple make a con­tri­bu­tion.

If your school would like to be fea­tured on this page, email in­for­ma­tion – with high- res­o­lu­tion photographs if you have them – to Camilla Good­man at camil­la­good­man@trin­i­tymir­ror. com

If you would like to dis­cuss more about how the schools and our pa­per can work closer to­gether then please con­tact com­mu­nity ed­i­tor, Mort Smith, by email at mort.smith@trin­i­tymir­ror. com.

Pho­tos con­trib­uted

DIS­COV­ERY: Jim Black­more and Noah Parry get to grips with the old days

NEW EX­PE­RI­ENCE: Year six pupils at Thomas Harding School in Fullers Hill, Che­sham, spent a day learn­ing first hand about life dur­ing the Vik­ing times

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