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Sock puppet fun for students

EARLY Years students at Solihull College enjoyed a day of practical teaching when they taught a class from St Alphege Infant School.

EARLY Years students at Solihull College enjoyed a day of practical teaching when they taught a class from St Alphege Infant School.

The students made sock puppets and masks for the young pupils as well as undertaking a variety of musical sessions.

Sophie Lawrie said: “Organising this day for the pupils has been a great experience and a fantastic opportunity to put our knowledge into practice.

“We have to carry out work placements in schools and nurseries as part of our course but we’ve never had complete supervision of a class, so we are grateful to St Alphege Infant School for providing us with this opportunity.”

The pupils were also treated to a tour around the College’s Land Based Centre to visit the animals and watching a show in the theatre from the Performing Arts students, before being taken back to school.

 

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