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Tydd St Mary School welcomes Danish visitors... and gifts toys and equipment to King's Lynn hospital




Staff and pupils at Tydd St Mary Primary School welcomed 14 Danish educators.

The visitors from Denmark where in the UK Uk focusing on rural schools and the education they provide and were particularly interested in how the school ensures all children make good progress so that no child is ‘left behind’.

They spent most of the morning at the school and were given the freedom to walk around, spend time in classrooms talking to children, watching parts of lessons and asking members of staff a raft of questions.

Danish educators at Tydd St Mary Primary School (7489380)
Danish educators at Tydd St Mary Primary School (7489380)

On leaving, they were extremely complimentary, particularly regarding the learning behaviours of the children and the positive relationships they saw.

A school council member with some of the toys. (7489385)
A school council member with some of the toys. (7489385)

* The school council at Tydd has bought £380 of toys and equipment for the Rudham Children's Ward at King's Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital as part of their fundraising efforts.

The school council at Tydd St Marfy with toys for the Rudham Ward at King's Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital (7489383)
The school council at Tydd St Marfy with toys for the Rudham Ward at King's Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital (7489383)

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