Pupils get their beer goggles on

CHALLENGING Front from left, Steven Billet, Katie Hill, Josh Schillemore and Emily Biddle. Back from left, headteacher Jonathan Webster, Bobby Waterlooville Police Mascot and PC Matthew James
CHALLENGING Front from left, Steven Billet, Katie Hill, Josh Schillemore and Emily Biddle. Back from left, headteacher Jonathan Webster, Bobby Waterlooville Police Mascot and PC Matthew James
Teachers and pupils at Penhale Infant School and Nursery in Fratton are overjoyed with their latest Ofsted
inspection Picture: Annie Lewis

School celebrates after being named ‘good’ once more

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PUPILS are being taught about the anti drink-drive message by police in the hope they will take the message home and share it with their parents.

Children from Year 6 classes are being asked to design colourful posters themed around Hampshire Constabulary’s forthcoming Christmas drink and drug-impaired driving campaign, called ‘Is It Worth The Risk?

A total of 22 junior and primary schools are invited to take part. Entries will be judged by mayor of Havant Cllr Paul Buckley with the most thought-provoking being turned into real posters to be displayed in public.

The first school taking part is Woodcroft Primary School, Waterlooville, which received a visit from Safer Neighbourhoods Team officer PC Matthew James on Monday.