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Culmstock Primary School pupils learn turn taking and language skills thanks to new mud kitchen

March 4, 2017 12:17 AM
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The pots and pans in a Culmstock kitchen have been getting muddy thanks to new play equipment.

Culmstock Primary School unveiled their new mud kitchen which has been funded though the PTA. The PTA also organised the building of the new play area during February half term.

Head of School Emma Francis said: "The children were buzzing about it upon their return to school.

"They are really enjoying hands on play with mud and water; they enjoy role play set in restaurants and kitchens where they are continually developing their language and social skills; turn taking and leadership.

"Ultimately and more importantly our new mud kitchen is an amazing space for sparking our pupil's imagination. We are very proud to say that our creative Culmstock pupils are transforming muddy creations into culinary delights."

The mud kitchen is also in celebration of the school's GOOD Ofsted judgement following a recent inspection. The inspectors reported that "Teachers make school and learning fun".

Culmstock School has an open day on Friday March 17 at 10am until noon and 1.30pm-3.30pm for prospective parents or those who are interested to see what happens at the school.


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