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Nantwich pupils face fears as class invaded by exotic animals

Nantwich pupils face fears as class invaded by exotic animals

Youngsters in Nantwich faced their fears head on – when they handled exotic animals like snakes, tarantulas and scorpions!

Pupils and staff at Pear Tree Primary in Stapeley were treated to a special visit from Simon Airey, of Corner Exotics in Shrewsbury.

February 21, 2017
Stapeley pupils scoop Nantwich Education Partnership award

Stapeley pupils scoop Nantwich Education Partnership award

Pupils from Pear Tree Primary in Stapeley are celebrating after winning a trophy for the Nantwich Education Partnership Business Enterprise competition.

Youngsters from Year 4, who won through the initial school-based heats, headed to Brine Leas to face one last challenge.

February 5, 2017
Nantwich councillors use budgets for pupils to watch Rusty Robot show

Nantwich councillors use budgets for pupils to watch Rusty Robot show

Nantwich Mayor Councillor Andrew Martin has been dishing out tickets for the town’s youngsters to see Santa’s Rusty Robot.

Cllr Martin has used his ward budget to fund children from Nantwich to attend the show.

December 1, 2015
Nantwich pupils and staff skipping to British Heart Foundation beat

Nantwich pupils and staff skipping to British Heart Foundation beat

Pupils, staff and parents at a Nantwich school are skipping like crazy – as part of a new British Heart Foundation initiative.

Everyone at Wyche Primary and Nursery School has been practising over the last few weeks to take part in a BHF “Jump Off”.

June 30, 2015
Malbank School pupils enjoy South Cheshire College taster day

Malbank School pupils enjoy South Cheshire College taster day

Pupils from Malbank School in Nantwich spent a day at South Cheshire College to see what they could be doing after leaving school.

Year 10 students turned their hands to hairdressing, hospitality and catering, health and social care and IT in the practical sessions.

June 29, 2015
Nantwich pupils win in “Knock Knock” stranger awareness campaign

Nantwich pupils win in “Knock Knock” stranger awareness campaign

Pupils at two Nantwich schools have designed award-winning posters aimed at alerting residents to dangers of doorstep crooks and strangers.

Youngsters at St Anne’s Catholic Primary and Stapeley Broad Lane Primary were recognised in a competition run by Cheshire East Council’s Trading Standards team.

January 15, 2015