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King Edward VI School introduces taster days

More than 100 Year 5 children visited King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds over the course of a three-week period to get a ‘taste’ of lessons and life as one of the school’s students.

Student Leaders from Years 7 to 11 worked alongside teaching staff to deliver art, computer, science, dance, drama, English, geography, history, maths and science lessons.

The children were taught by specialist subject teachers, using equipment in laboratories, studios and classrooms.

The children got a taste of lessons and school life.
The children got a taste of lessons and school life.

Year 6 students who will be attending the school in September will have the opportunity to settle into school life in July as they will be invited to attend transition days.

They will have opportunities to make friends, experience full working days, meet their tutors, sample lunches and ask questions.

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