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Prehistoric visitors inspect primary school’s brand new play area

PUBLISHED: 14:08 14 May 2019 | UPDATED: 14:08 14 May 2019

Children welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary School

Children welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary School

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Excited school children welcomed some carnivorous guests as a new outdoor play facility was unveiled.

Children welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary SchoolChildren welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary School

Dell Primary School in Oulton Broad has officially opened its Early Years and Foundation Stage play area, complete with learning pods where children can access books, music and writing materials.

Youngsters were amazed to see the arrival of dinosaurs Squirt and Bubbles from Dino Hire, who caused a huge stir when they arrived for a look around.

Children welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary SchoolChildren welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary School

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The outdoor learning area boasts a vegetable patch, climbing frame and road way for imaginative play, while each class has a guinea pig to look after and can collect eggs from rescue chickens.

Children welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary SchoolChildren welcomed some prehistoric visitors as Dell Primary School's new Early Years play area was opened. Picture: Dell Primary School

Caroline Moyse, leader of Foundation Stage the team, said: "The children enjoy a creative curriculum through play-based activities and are encouraged to be outside in all weather.

"The new play area has had an enormously positive impact on the children's learning. They are happy and settled and have a real love for learning."

Anyone interested in seeing the facilities can call Dell Primary on 01502 565956.


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