St Just – RNLI

We recently welcomed two lifeguards into school to share the important work of the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea. Our guests shared with us that on average 22 people a day of which 5-7 would be children, are rescued by RNLI  volunteers.

We watched a film to learn more about the charity, looked at the flags that help to keep us safe at the beach, had some questions and answers and then some of the children volunteered to have a go at a ‘rescue,’ as you can see by the images everyone involved thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

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St Just – Marks Ark!

Mark’s Ark visited St Just Primary School and gave a detailed talk on the various animals that he bought along with him, these included, a Chillian Rose Bird Eating Spider, a Giant Centipede, a Python, a Bosc Lizard and the star of the show an African Spotted Eagle Owl.  All of the children and staff thoroughly enjoyed Mark’s visit and look forward to a repeat in the near future.

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