East Kilbride News - - GOOD START IN LIFE - Ni­cola Find­lay

A young­ster from Glass­ford Pri­mary en­joyed a ‘Kool Ride 2 Skool’ with her de­lighted class­mates thanks to her quick wit.

Caro­line Hall, a pri­mary two pupil, won the Clyde 1 com­pe­ti­tion af­ter telling a joke the pre­vi­ous week live on the ra­dio.

The prize was a ride to school in the Clyde Val­ley Limos Gold Edi­tion Bonkers Bus.

The large bus is fit­ted out like a party room – with loud mu­sic and disco lights. And it ar­rived blar­ing out the Neil Di­a­mond clas­sic ‘Sweet Caro­line’.

Caro­line and her 15 pals then boarded the bus for a trip round the Glass­ford area – stop­ping half­way for a glass of fizzy juice.

They were then met at school by Bon­nie – the 2018 Glas­gow Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships mas­cot – and every­one en­joyed pos­ing for more pho­tos.

Later on, Bon­nie came back to school along with her min­der Gavin for a spe­cial as­sem­bly about the Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships be­fore hand­ing out achieve­ment cer­tifi­cates.

Glass­ford Pri­mary would like to thank DJ Ge­orge Bowie, Am­ber and Clyde 1 for what has been de­scribed as a “fan­tas­tic mem­o­rable trip”.

Rais­ing a glass Pupils en­joyed a glass of fake‘fizz’on the party bus Top prize Caro­line told a joke live on Clyde 1 to se­cure the fab­u­lous prize for her class­mates Cel­e­bra­tion P2 pupil Caro­line Hall se­cured a fun-filed bus jour­ney af­ter win­ning the com­pe­ti­tion Seal of ap­proval Caro­line and her class­mates wel­comed Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships mas­cot Bon­nie Party time The group from Glass­ford Pri­mary ar­rived at school in style on the Bonkers Bus

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