On Friday 5th April, Maidenhead Aquatics presented Village Primary School with Fishkeeper Fry 'School of the year'. Tappers (The Presenter) and Shelby Myers (Project Coordinator) took the journey to Derby to personally present the award to the students in 3SH who were this year’s winners.
School of the year, is a new addition to Fishkeeper Fry for 2019, with the winners receiving a trophy for their school and each participating student being presented with a Fishkeeper Fry medal. Our school of the year was decided over the course of the project. Each week, all 72 schools taking part in the project were asked to submit images of their worksheets, fishkeepers, and aquariums. The team at Maidenhead Aquatics chose winners from the submissions to be featured on the Fishkeeper Fry website and Facebook page. These entries, along with various extracurricular activities which many schools completed while running the program, helped Village Primary School to win School of the Year 2019.
Throughout the project, Village Primary have won Aquarium and Fishkeeper of the week as well as
Tappers presented the 30 participating students from Village Primary with their Fishkeeper Fry Medals in a classroom ceremony. During the visit to Village Primary, the children were ready with questions for their Fishkeeper Fry Hero, our presenter - Tappers, everything was covered from his
Every Friday, Village Primary hold a school assembly. After informing Miss Heywood that her class were this year’s winners, she agreed that it would be an ideal time to present Village Primary with their trophy. The children
School of the Year is an award that was brought into the Fishkeeper Fry Project this year with the hope that each school will look to win the award in future years of the project.
For full details of the project, to check out the work the children have completed for this year’s
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