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Caring For Animals




This week, the children in Lower Key Stage 2 got to learn more about what it was like to work for an animal charity. A special visitor from the Dogs Trust charity came to speak to the children about how to stay safe around dogs and how to care for them.  They also learnt about the different careers within the charity that they may wish to pursue when they’re older. They also found out more about the role of a volunteer. Isabelle said, “You could work for the charity as a vet, a veterinary assistant or as part of the educational team that comes into schools.” Willow added, “When you’re 16, you can volunteer as a dog walker.  You don’t get paid but doing it will help to train the dogs.”


Congratulations to the following children for winning an achievement award at Tuesday’s assembly.


Year 1: Rudie Kilkenny

Year 2:  Scarlett Moverley

Year 3:  Lola Kilkenny

Year 4:  Lennon Parsons

Year 5:

Year 6:  Leah Copeland

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