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SCHOOLCHILDREN TAKE ROVING REPORTER CHALLENGE


Here at Time & Leisure Junior we are always keen to hear about news from our local schools. We were even more delighted to hear from a group of Year 5 students at Wimbledon Chase Primary School who wanted to write some of the news themselves.


The news was the school’s very first Eco Fair. The children were given a brief to write an article in the style of a news story. The brief included instructions to answer


the main questions about the day including what happened on the day; who attended and why it was an eco fair. During the day they took notes and interviewed attendees of the fair.


At the end of the challenge, they had to produce an article of approximately 400 words. Unfortunately we don’t have space to print the articles inf ull in the magazine. However each article is online at our website


www.timeandleisurejunior. co.uk/2019/07/26/wcps-eco- fair-2019. We are also delighted to print an excerpt from each article here.


We would like to thank the teachers and parents at the school who helped to facilitate this challenge. Well done to all the students who participated and do get in touch if you would like your school to take part in a Roving Reporter challenge.


THE EXHILIRATING ECO FAIR!


Wimbledon Chase Primary School’s Family Day was back in action as it, once again, is held the yearly fair. This time it was in theme of being ecologically friendly; nicknamed the ‘Eco Fair’.


The fair began at 11:00 sharp with people rushing in to buy things. Across the pavement, there were numerous beverage and food stalls from places you wouldn’t have imagined. Food that originated from places like Japan, China and America (there’s always America!).


The delicious food was so good and we managed get an interview with schoolteacher Mrs Lawless.


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She said: “The food is varied. There were many different options; there is no long queue or busy hustle & bustle to get the food. It is also naturally sourced and is eco-friendly.”


Really, the point of the fair was to be eco, so no surprise. The temperature was searing hot at 34°C, so they introduced some cold but sweet treats.


Article by Husniddin, Arca and Isaac


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