Sri Lankan assembly for pupils

DIVERSITY, sustainability and equality were some of the topics on the agenda for Locking Primary School pupils at a special assembly.

Teachers Joanne Jones, Claire Nolan and Cheyenne Child held the assembly after they had travelled to Mahanaga Village College

in Sri Lanka, which Locking has been linked to for the past four years.

The teachers created a wall hanging which demonstrated similarities and differences between the schools, while they also set up a virtual learning environment exploring religious philosophies.

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