Pets for pupils
PORTISHEAD S newest primary school has just had its numbers increased, but the latest additions will not be taking part in lessons.
PORTISHEAD'S newest primary school has just had its numbers increased, but the latest additions will not be taking part in lessons.
Bristol-based construction company Morgan Ashurst has donated a fish tank to the children at Trinity Anglican Methodist Primary School as a lasting reminder of the project to build their new school.
"We wanted to give the pupils something they could remember us by but we were also keen to give them something that would last for years to come," said contracts manager Vince Gunning, who has had a goldfish named after him.
"The reception area at the school looks stunning so I decided a fish tank would provide an attractive addition, as well as giving the pupils something they could interact with."
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Morgan Ashurst built the �4million school for The Diocese of Bath and Wells, The Gordano Valley Methodist Circuit and North Somerset Council.
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