Wednesday 27th of March 2019 09:57:21 AM
Year 10 and 11 students from Budehaven, acting as science mentors, visiting pupils at St Petroc’s recently to deliver a science leadership workshop.
The primary students enjoyed a well-delivered and interesting session, thanks to these hard-working mentors. Great to see such collaboration within our schools.
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