Children's service

24th June 2005 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Aberdeen University was the scene of a unique "graduation" this week as 80 primary 6 and primary 7 pupils from the Torry area of the city received certificates for their participation in out-of-school hours learning. Activities over the past seven months included chess; a young investigators' club to encourage an interest in science; tree planting and film-making


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