Hall taken by jun­gle

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

DODG­ING the crocodiles, climb­ing be­tween creep­ers and spot­ting gi­raffes was all in a day’s work for young ex­plor­ers in their PE class.

St Thomas More Pri­mary School’s hall was trans­formed into an African jun­gle for two days last week to cel­e­brate the end of year one pupils’ topic about Africa.

Teach­ers cre­ated an ac­tiv­ity course us­ing climb­ing ap­pa­ra­tus, dec­o­rated cargo net and blow-up an­i­mals in the hall at the school in Park Lane, East­field, Peter­bor­ough.

They also did ac­tiv­i­ties in­clud­ing African danc­ing and clay pot mak­ing.

Year one teacher, Leonie Dell said: “They ab­so­lutely loved it and been re­ally ex­cited about it. We have been study­ing Africa since Easter and we used our jun­gle days to cel­e­brate com­ing to the end of the topic.”

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