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Pupils at three Middlesbrough schools have been finding out you can do more with an

Pupils at three Middlesbrough schools have been finding out you can do more with an


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Pupils at three Middlesbrough schools have been finding out you can do more with an

Pupils at three Middlesbrough schools have been finding out you can do more with an Evening Gazette then just read it. The teenagers conferted 200 copies into pylon type bulb holders and mini-cantilever bridges in a two-day course at Keldholme School. They were joined by pupils from Langbaurgh and St Anthonys School. John Pink, right, keeps up to date while his pals, left to right, Christopher Malone, Geraldine Quinn and Mary Wharton, work. 18th November 1987

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Teesside Archive
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Pupils at three Middlesbrough schools have proven that the Evening Gazette holds more than just news within its pages. In a remarkable display of creativity and innovation, these teenagers transformed 200 copies of the newspaper into pylon type bulb holders and mini-cantilever bridges during a two-day course at Keldholme School. Joining forces with students from Langbaurgh and St Anthonys School, they embarked on an educational journey that blended science, engineering, and imagination. Captured in this print from November 18th, 1987, we witness John Pink keeping up to date with current events while his friends Christopher Malone, Geraldine Quinn, and Mary Wharton diligently work on their projects. The enthusiasm radiating from their faces is palpable as they explore the endless possibilities hidden within those seemingly ordinary newspapers. This snapshot encapsulates the spirit of children's education in the 1980s - a time when hands-on experiments were valued as much as textbooks. It serves as a reminder that learning can take place beyond classroom walls; it can be found in unexpected places like old newspapers waiting to be repurposed. These resourceful pupils not only honed their scientific skills but also learned valuable lessons about recycling and sustainability. Their ingenuity turned discarded papers into functional objects that showcased both artistic flair and practicality. Decades later, this photograph continues to inspire us to think outside the box when it comes to education. It reminds us that even something as simple

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