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Wisbech children enjoy a Titanic tea party




Peckover Primary School's Year 6 pupils and staff enjoyed their Titanic Tea at the Wisbech school on Thursday. ANL-151202-161450009
Peckover Primary School's Year 6 pupils and staff enjoyed their Titanic Tea at the Wisbech school on Thursday. ANL-151202-161450009

There was no fear of icebergs for Wisbech youngsters when they enjoyed a Titanic tea.

Year 6 pupils at Peckover School have been learning about the White Star liner which sunk in April 1912 during their history lessons, And their studies were brought to life during a fun day of activities from the era. The children learned how to Waltz and do the Charleston by Louise and Paul Tombleson. They also designed a cake stand and devised a healthy tea. The children were joined at the tea party by special guests from St Augustine’s tea. Teacher Rachel Horvath said the highlight was watching the youngsters dance. PICTURE: mfcp15am02019



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