Barrow school takes to the Lakes to follow in the footsteps of characters from popular film
Year Five pupils from Roose School took to Coniston Water in canoes to reenact scenes from the remake of Swallows and Amazons which made its big screen debut in August.
The youngsters had been reading the book written by Arthur Ransome since June and Year Two teacher Angela Bell discussed the possibility of going to the Lake District to follow in the footsteps of the characters.
It was absolutely fantastic and everyone really got into the spirit of it READ MORE: Film fans flock to Cumbria cinemas to watch new Swallows and Amazons
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