CHILDREN at Indian Queens Primary School ditched their pens and rulers for aprons and mixing bowls on Monday during a Cornish day.
The school pupils embraced Cornish culture when they were taught the art of making a proper 'ansome Cornish pasty. They also learnt about the county's tin mining industry.
NEW LESSON: Left, pupils from Indian Queens learn the art of pasty-making; middle, one pupil learns about mining; right, these young girls learn about women's roles in the mining industry.
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These three girls learn about women that work in the tin mines.BOTB20130211C-006_C.jpg
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Indian Queens road safety awareness day.BOTB20130211C-003_C.jpg
VITAL LESSONS: Youngsters learn some important road safety lessons thanks to talks and demonstrations.
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ROAD SAFETY: Indian Queens events day including road safety awareness.
During the day, pupils at the school were also given lessons on road safety during an awareness event.
Cornwall Yoga Centre opening offer 50% discount
This voucher entitles you to come along and try any single class for half price.
One voucher per person- you will be entitles to a 50% discount off the advertised drop in rate of a single class.
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Valid until: Saturday, August 31 2013