PCSO helps King’s Ely Acremont pupils to try and catch the porridge thief

PUBLISHED: 12:50 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:50 16 January 2018

Children at King’s Ely Acremont turned into mini crime scene investigators under the watchful eye of local PCSO Kat Denoral.

Children at King’s Ely Acremont turned into mini crime scene investigators under the watchful eye of local PCSO Kat Denoral.

Archant

Children at King’s Ely Acremont turned into mini crime scene investigators under the watchful eye of a local PCSO.

Children at King’s Ely Acremont turned into mini crime scene investigators under the watchful eye of local PCSO Kat Denoral.
Children at King’s Ely Acremont turned into mini crime scene investigators under the watchful eye of local PCSO Kat Denoral.

Year 1 pupils entered one of the classrooms to discover a Goldilocks and the Three Bears themed ‘crime scene’.

Someone had stolen the porridge and the curious youngsters were tasked with searching for clues to try and determine who may have committed the ‘crime’.

King’s Ely Acremont pupils to try and catch the porridge thief

King’s Ely Acremont pupils to try and catch the porridge thief

Local PCSO Kat Deronal visited to support the children with their investigation, giving tips on what sort of clues to look out for, such as fingerprints and footprints.

After completing a thorough search, the children headed outside to see the police car that PCSO Deronal had arrived in and were able to hear the siren and see the blue lights flashing. Pupils and staff will now be making ‘wanted posters’ and liaising with PCSO Deronal in a bid to track down the porridge thief.

King’s Ely Acremont pupils to try and catch the porridge thief

King’s Ely Acremont pupils to try and catch the porridge thief

Celia Etchegoyen, interim head of King’s Ely Acremont, said: “PCSO Deronal inspired the children from start to finish.

“She encouraged them to investigate the clues left at the crime scene to help them discover that it was Goldilocks who had stolen the porridge. A wonderful day was had by all.”


If you value what this story gives you, please consider supporting the Ely Standard. Click the link in the orange box above for details.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Latest from the Ely Standard