Students surprised with school trip to Chessington theme park in middle of exam
A year six class at St Andrews School in Horsham were given a fake exam question to deliver the news.
Primary school pupils sitting an exam found that one of the questions invited the year six class on a theme park trip.
Staff at St Andrews School in Horsham secretly organised a visit to Chessington World of Adventures and delivered the news in the form of a science test.
Posting the practical joke on Facebook, the school said: “Our Year 6 pupils were due to sit their final exam this morning, or so they thought.”
The trip was a “treat to say well done” for the pupils’ hard work during the year.
The exam paper told the children to keep quiet, allowing their classmates to discover the secret for themselves.
A school spokesman for said: “We are amazed that this has caused a sensation, as we have an excellent team who are always creating pleasurable learning experiences for the children.”
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