‘Fantastic’ films for pupils

PUBLISHED: 15:00 28 November 2015

Children from Wrington Primary School enjoyed a visit to the Apple store.

Children from Wrington Primary School enjoyed a visit to the Apple store.


COMPUTER-SAVVY children from a village primary school enjoyed a trip to the Apple store in Bristol.

Wrington Primary School’s designated digital leaders took part in the trip as part of a series of tasks, which are designed to improve their technology skills and enable them to share their knowledge with others.

A spokesman for the school said: Our digital leaders went to the Apple store and discovered how to make fantastic movies using iPad software.

“All the children were excited and demonstrated the great characteristics we expect from Wrington children. They were polite, courteous and curious and they will share their experience at a service in the next few weeks.”

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