Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.

Mayor of Wigan visits eco friendly pupils at Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Welcome to our weekly picture special, Class Act, featuring some of the borough's young students at nursery or school.

The Mayor of Wigan, councillor Sue Greensmith, and Consort Allen Greensmith met pupils at Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Platt Bridge. The students have been working on a variety of projects as part of their Eco and Science week. See last week's Class Act: Clay crafts to outdoor fun: how kids spend their time at Douglas Valley Nursery School

Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
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Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
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Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
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Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
Pupils made colourful art and instruments with recyclable materials.'Students in the Eco Council have been gardening.
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