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Questions aplenty in Priory School students’ visit to Bury Free Press




Sixth form students from Priory School had plenty of questions when they visited the Bury Free Press.

The visit was part of the group’s English and media studies with a focus on community news and layout design.

They came with a list of questions including about job roles on a newspaper and the importance of house style. They also looked in the archives.

Bury Free Press editor Barry Peters, teachers and pupils from Priory School. Picture: Mecha Morton.
Bury Free Press editor Barry Peters, teachers and pupils from Priory School. Picture: Mecha Morton.

Student Connor Arnold, 18, said: “I found the visit very useful for my English.”

Edward Wagland, 16, added: “It was very interesting seeing all the hard work that goes into making a paper.”

Tracey Paris, media instructor, said: “This visit has been an amazing opportunity for our students to see how the skills they are learning can be used in the work place.”



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