Pupils help in­jured grAnd­mother

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Special Report -

Two pri­mary school pupils have been praised for look­ing af­ter an el­derly woman who hurt her­self in a nasty fall. Year 6 pupils Oliva Clout­man and Anas­tasja Jur­guyte from Dogsthorpe Academy were walk­ing home from school when they found the woman who had fallen over. Her grandaugh­ter is Sami Grif­fin, as­sis­tant prin­ci­pal at Ne­wark Hill Academy. She wrote to Dogsthorpe Academy say­ing: “Our nan had a bad fall in the field off Wel­land Road on her way home from visit- ing a friend. “Some of your pupils found her, im­me­di­ately di­alled 111 to seek ad­vice and in­formed the am­bu­lance of the lo­ca­tion. They also made sure we were con­tacted. “On top of this, they manned each en­trance to the field in or­der to best di­rect the am­bu­lance crew to her. We have just been to visit her in A&E and it’s likely her an­kle is bro­ken. She was over­whelmed at the help and kind­ness those chil­dren showed, and we are in­cred­i­bly grate­ful to them.” Herne RoAd, Oun­dle PE8 4BS For Fur­ther De­tails Tel: 01832 272881 • erail: re­cep­tion@princewil­liarschool.co.uk or visit our web­site: www.princewil­liarschool.co.uk or fol­low us on twit­ter: @pws­news

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