Pupils in year 5 and 6 are already working hard ahead of their Albany Military Hospital Exhibition on Saturday 20th October. The school will be opened to the public from 10am-2.30pm and people can come along and step back in time to 100 years ago when the school had been turned into a Military Hospital. This will be the 5th exhibition which forms part of the Made in Roath Community festival. The project has its own website www.albanymilitaryhospital.co.uk and twitter feed @Albany1914
This project gives the pupils an opportunity to dig into the real history of our building. Each year we have been fortunate to be contacted by relatives of patients from the hospital which have allowed us to learn and share their stories. Please come along and visit the exhibition. We are looking forward to welcoming some local schools on the Friday and also our local Assembly Minister, Jenny Rathbone. This is a wonderful way to build links with our community and for our pupils to develop a real sense of pride in the important role our school played in the past.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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