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Pupils checkout new equipment

Local MP John Healey presents 3 local schools with equipment.  L/r Stacey Beaumont (ten) and Patrick Binns (ten) from Wath CofE School, John Healey MP, Alison Reed, Tesco Store Manger, Elise Canetti (ten) and Jai Barber (ten) from Our Lady of St Josephs, and, at the front, Ebony Barnett (ten) and James Whitmill (11) from Wath Victoria School. Picture: Malcolm Billingham

Local MP John Healey presents 3 local schools with equipment. L/r Stacey Beaumont (ten) and Patrick Binns (ten) from Wath CofE School, John Healey MP, Alison Reed, Tesco Store Manger, Elise Canetti (ten) and Jai Barber (ten) from Our Lady of St Josephs, and, at the front, Ebony Barnett (ten) and James Whitmill (11) from Wath Victoria School. Picture: Malcolm Billingham

PUPILS and staff from four Dearne schools were presented with new equipment thanks to a scheme run by the Tesco supermarket in Wath.

Dearne MP John Healey attended the store on Biscay Way recently to officially hand over the equipment to Swinton Fitzwilliam Infants, Wath C of E, Our Lady and St Joseph’s and Wath Victoria Primary schools.

Representatives of the schools were given IT, sport and outdoor equipment.

It was paid for through a voucher scheme collected and donated by shoppers.

Last year more than 440,000 pieces of equipment worth £9.3m were given to schools and clubs around the country through the Tesco for Schools and Clubs scheme, which is now in its 21st year.

 

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