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Northwold children have fun in the Ig-moo

Pupils in London Class at Norman School in Northwold have created an Igloo out of 560 plastic milk bottles. Lucas Rose (6) and Caidy Smith (7) in the Igloo

Pupils in London Class at Norman School in Northwold have created an Igloo out of 560 plastic milk bottles. Lucas Rose (6) and Caidy Smith (7) in the Igloo

The polar regions came to life for pupils at the Norman School in Northwold thanks to an igloo constructed by staff.

Teacher Jill Fysh and Sheena Randell with some help spent three weeks building the fantastic igloo out of approximately 560 milk cartons, which had been donated by villagers. Youngsters in Years 1 and 2 have been enjoying playing with the igloo as part of a topic on polar regions. The Scott Polar Research Institute loaned the school some arctic clothing. Mrs Fysh has thanked the village for their “overwhelming” response to the carton appeal. She said: “We have had some fantastic work from the children.”

Caidy Smith and Lucas Rose are pictured in the igloo.

Picture: Paul Tibbs MLNF14PT02131

 

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