Pupils have lift-off as Rocket World come to school
Date published: 11 October 2018
Rocket World went to Alexandra Park to help Year 5 pupils as part of their celebrating differance PSHE topic
Pupils from Alexandra Park primary enjoyed a visit from Rocket World, who bring visitors from around the world to visit schools around the country.
Earlier this week Rocket World went to Alexandra Park to help Year 5 pupils as part of their celebrating differance PSHE topic.
PSHE co-ordinator Samantha Nicholson-Hickling said "I've seen Rocket World work in lots of schools, and they never disappoint.
"The children are really engaged with the visitors and love learning about the different cultures.
"I'd like to thank Rocket World so much for providing this service as it allows the children to jet around the world, while staying in the comfort of their classroom."
Year 5 pupil Zulaikha Ali said: "I loved it!
"I loved collecting the stickers and trying lots of different activities.
"I learnt lots about Malaysia and Pakistan, and lots of other countries."
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