To celebrate the imminent start of the World Cup in Russia, the teachers at Wensley Fold Primary Academy tasked the children with a cultural project about each of the countries taking part.
Each class had to select two teams from the competing nations and research those countries including their culture, what they are famous for, what they produce and so on.
The Year 6 class chose Germany and Porsche Centre Bolton was approached by one of the teachers asking whether we could provide some “German memorabilia”. That’s exactly what we did, in the shape of a Porsche 718 Cayman and a Porsche 911.
Matt White and Paynton Heath from Porsche Centre Bolton took the vehicles, along with numerous vehicle brochures, to the school on Tuesday 23 May for the pupils to look at some stunning German engineering.
Porsche Centre Bolton would like to thank Miss Mercer of Wensley Fold Primary Academy for giving us the opportunity to showcase our Porsche models. We hope it helped the pupils with their projects.
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