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Beaupre Community Primary School in Outwell has been donated a shed by Downham Market Freemasons





A school has been handed a generous donation to help with an exciting pupil project.

Beaupre Community Primary School in Outwell has been given a cheque for £450 by Downham Freemasons.

The money has been used to buy a shed for a woodland 'forest school' project. Constructing the shed means youngsters can store all their woodland equipment nearer to the woods.

Worshipful Master presenting a cheque to Miss Monck
Worshipful Master presenting a cheque to Miss Monck

Deputy head teacher Mikaila Monck at Beaupre has spearheaded the woodland initiative to give pupils an opportunity to develop woodland skills and experience non-classroom learning in a safe environment. She intends to push the project further with more equipment, visiting instructors and special events.

Miss Monck is pictured receiving the cheque from a Downham Freemasons representative.



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