Carleton Primary pupils place a trunk call to elephant visitor

Carleton Primary School pupils Ben Walker, Leon Stodart-Hall, Ben Eastham, Fizzah Shiaz, Meryn Banks and Philip Sabin take delivery of a ten-foot Elephant , as part of their studies on the children's book, Elmer

Carleton Primary School pupils Fizzah Shiazm Ben Eastham and Ben Walker take delivery of a ten-foot Elephant , as part of their studies on the children's book, Elmer

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CARLETON Primary School pupils found themselves making a trunk call when they welcomed an 'elephant' into the playground. The special visitor, brought in to the school by local PCSO Jason Payne, was linked in to pupils' reading of the Elmer the Elephant books, based around the idea that 'differences are good', said headteacher Duggie Speight.

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