Warm greeting to Indian head teachers from staff and kids
GARLANDS and exchanging of gifts. greetings were the The Grange was also order of the day presented with a special when young learners plaque for hosting the from The Grange School visit. said a special hello to visThe Indian teachers itors all the way from were airport-bound India. straight after the visit for
A delegation of 21 the 8,000 mile homeward heads from across India journey. recently visited the RunBut as they left they all corn school as part of a agreed that they had countrywide tour. ‘been treated like celebri
The UK visitties’.wasorganised by the British CounMichele Bacon, lead cil and supported locally principal with the Wade by the Wade Deacon Deacon Trust, said: “It Trust. was a delight to see all
Primary school learnour learners in conversaers gave the delegation a tion with our visitors; warm welcome and prethey spoke with great t sented them with flowers pride about their r and cards. school.
The touring teachers “As our guests were e spent time in the classleaving they comrooms observing how lesmented on how out of f sons are taught and joinall schools visited, The ing in with the activities. Grange School had
In return, the children provided the warmest were given a special leswelcome and the learnson in how to perform the ers were polite, happy traditional Indian greetand very proud of their ing namaste. school.
The visit was a chance “We hope as a school for teachers from The to build upon the links Grange to swap ideas made and provide the with their counterparts. opportunity for learn
The group discussed ers to establish interteaching methods over national links with lunch before the schools in India.” ●
Pupils greet their visitors, top and above