Pupils at Holy Family primary in East Dunbartonshire

2nd April 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Pupils at Holy Family primary in East Dunbartonshire have been busy with the new ways of learning recommended to local authorities Their efforts have won this year's Bright Sparks environmental education award, sponsored by the World Wide Fund for Nature and Scottish Hydro-Electric. "Learning can be informative, interesting and fun," Jacqueline Carson, one of the teachers at the school, said.

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