Ranfurly Primary School students get connected with Flexible Learning Interest Programming

RANFURLY Primary School students are ­being challenged to think beyond their classroom with the schools (FLIP) Flexible Learning Interest Programming.

The program has been deemed a success with Grade 5 and 6 students being more ­engaged since it was introduced in 2016.

Principal Dennis Mitchell said the key goal was to have students gaining knowledge and then using that knowledge to ­affect the lives of someone else.

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