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William Gladstone Church of England Primary Academy, Newark, visit LetsXcape board game café




Pupils who deserved a special treat were given an afternoon of games and entertainment.

William Gladstone Church of England Primary Academy, Newark, visited the LetsXcape board game café with 24 children, two from each class, who had been chosen for demonstrating integrity during the previous term.

Teacher Martyn Rose said the pupils had either done a kind act or done the right thing, even though no one was looking, or so they thought.

William Gladstone pupils at Xcape board game cafe..L-R Brodie White 10, Lacie Sharp 7, Lacey Summerfield 6, Coby Rolfe 9. 111219DD9-4. (24081009)
William Gladstone pupils at Xcape board game cafe..L-R Brodie White 10, Lacie Sharp 7, Lacey Summerfield 6, Coby Rolfe 9. 111219DD9-4. (24081009)

He said: “We wanted to give the pupils who had shown integrity a little reward.”

The children played an assortment of board games at the LetsXscape cafe, including Cluedo and Monopoly.

The school chooses to support a local business each time through its rewards scheme.

William Gladstone pupils at Xcape board game cafe..L-R Renea Robshaw 8, Ryan Oswald 8, Anthony Foxwell - cafe owner, Martyn Rose - teacher, Lucas Osborne-Smith 6, Lily Rasen 4. 111219DD9-1. (24080893)
William Gladstone pupils at Xcape board game cafe..L-R Renea Robshaw 8, Ryan Oswald 8, Anthony Foxwell - cafe owner, Martyn Rose - teacher, Lucas Osborne-Smith 6, Lily Rasen 4. 111219DD9-1. (24080893)

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