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Sutton-in-Craven pupils try to clean up a crimewave
9:00am Monday 21st April 2014 in News
When a crimewave came to Glusburn Institute, pupils at Sutton-in-Craven Community Primary School were on the scene to investigate.
As part of a Year 3 and Year 4 production, children performed the show, Porridge, to packed audiences.
Private detective Jack Spratt, played by Brody Raw, was tasked with uncovering the truth behind a caseload of mysteries, including the theft of a recipe book and the kidnapping of a cow And was Papa Bear, played by Ewan Hanbury-Wallace, hiding a secret behind his porridge empire?
The show was produced by teacher Christa Baldwin, with support from staff and volunteers.
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