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Reciprocity Project Update: Tregaron, Wales

Hannah Omerod and her students from Henry Richard School in Tregaron, Wales introduce themselves.

June 17, 2024 |
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Thank you to Hannah Omerod and her students from Henry Richard School in Tregaron, Wales for providing us with their Reciprocity Project video. This short film introduces the class members and shines a light on their school surroundings.

Also, special thanks to Leslie Cook of Teton Science Schools for helping to facilitate the work of participating teachers. Diolch, Leslie!

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