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Duke of Edinburgh students get crafty

Priory School 6th formers are doing Duke of Edinburgh Award for the first time and have made things to be sold at Cavern 4, the Workwise shop.

Priory School 6th formers are doing Duke of Edinburgh Award for the first time and have made things to be sold at Cavern 4, the Workwise shop.

Sixth formers at Priory School in Bury St Edmunds are taking on the Duke of Edinburgh Award for the first time.

The group of six have been tackling the new skills module , creating handmade crafts to sell at Cavern 4 , the Workwise shop in Whiting Street, Bury.

Teacher Lisa Tattersall said the scheme teaches students a variety of skills.

She said: “They began making peg bags and bah holders from January.

“The project teaches them fabric skills, how to work out costings and supports other topics such as hospitality and customer service. It’s really good fun.”

The student’s crafts will be on sale at the shop for the next six weeks.

 

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