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Guide Dogs

The Guide Dogs have visited us again in school as a thank you for the money we raised at the end of last term. It was lovely meeting Lynda and Grace with Sean, Sylvia with Marley and Dave with Emerald.

Today Year 6 said "Goodbye" to the guide dogs who we have sponsored and helped to train. We met 'Sean', the 6 month old puppy and 'Marley' who is Silvia's established guide dog. We are proud we've helped.

We have worked hard to raise money for the Guide Dogs and because of this, members of the School Council were invited to meet the guide dog puppy that is being sponsored by the Chorley branch of Guide Dogs charity. Astley the black labrador has just started out on his training and it was an honour to meet this bubbly little character on Saturday 5th March.  Our pupils represented our school well and after the event we received an email complementing us on our fantastic pupils. Alan Hughes, our friend from guide dogs, said "Once again, I was totally blown away by your pupils. What superb ambassadors they were for your school."

Thank you to the School Councillors who attended the event. You have made us very proud! smiley

Sylvia and Lynda visited us with Marley and Zebedee. We wish Zebedee lots of luck as he moves up to guide dog high school next week.

Class 7 also visited the Guide Dog training centre and learnt a great deal about how it feels to be blind and how the guide dogs can change a persons life.

Class 8 visit to the Guide Dog training centre in Atherton. Children were able to see first hand how the dogs are trained.