Wolstanton primary pupils finally get to play on grass
May 21 2010
Staff and pupils at a Wolstanton school are celebrating the opening of a new playing field after ten years of waiting, a local news report has said.
According to This is Staffordshire, pupils at Ellison Street primary school have had to play sports on their concrete playground over the last decade.
Parents raised some concerns about the fact that the field is situated about 10 minutes away from the school's grounds but head teacher Angela Caton said the benefits would outweigh the challenges posed.
"This dedicated field gives us a space where the children can come and play and enjoy themselves, while keeping fit and healthy at the same time," she was quoted as saying by the publication.
In other news, Merryfields special school in Wolstanton has put on a pirate day event to help gather the £69,000 needed for the completion of a new playground, This is Staffordshire has reported.
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