Warm greet­ing to In­dian head teach­ers from staff and kids

Runcorn & Widnes Weekly News - - Yourviews -

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

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