Pupils all set for weeks of super sum­mer fun

Har­ley Martin Rob­bie Hig­gins Alexan­der Keir Louise Hogg Home or abroad they will still have a great time

Wishaw Press - - FRONT PAGE - Ross Thom­son

Dis­ney ad­ven­ture Up for the cup Trip abroad Car­a­van hol­i­day

With scorch­ing tem­per­a­tures across Scot­land, the school hol­i­days couldn’t have come at a bet­ter time for staff and pupils.

Whether it’s jet­ting off for some sum­mer sun abroad or en­joy the good weather at home, there will be plenty of time to en­joy hav­ing a well de­served rest af­ter a hard year of work.

We spoke to pupils at Cam­bus­nethan Pri­mary School be­fore they broke up for the hol­i­days to find out what they will be look­ing for­ward to dur­ing their six weeks of sum­mer - and it seems there is plenty for them to pack in!

Har­ley Martin can’t wait to go on a trip of a life­time.

She said: “I am go­ing to Dis­ney­land. I can’t wait.

“I will be go­ing on all the rides like the tea- cups.”

Alexan­der Keir was also look­ing for­ward to a trip aboard.

“I’m go­ing to Tener­ife with my fam­ily,” said Alexan­der. “I love go­ing in the swim­ming pool.” Rob­bie Hig­gins is also off to Tener­ife but ad­mit­ted he will be glued to the tele­vi­sion for some of his hol­i­day.

He said: “I will def­i­nitely be watch­ing the World Cup.

“I’m also go­ing to be play­ing a lot of foot­ball with my friends.”

Fi­nally, Louise Hogg said: “I’m off to a car­a­van in Southend for three weeks.

“I’ll also be meeting up with friends.”

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