Puppy love abounds as PAW Patrol visit Burgess Hill Girls

Posted on 15th Mar 2019 in School News, Guest speakers

When Nursery pupils at Burgess Hill Girls were asked who they would most like to visit their school, they chose TV favourites PAW Patrol.

And older pupils seemed to be just as keen [see picture]!

Led by ten-year-old Ryder, the plucky pups of PAW Patrol are rescue dogs in training. Each pup is inspired by a real-world job such as fire fighter, police officer, and construction worker. When trouble strikes, they're there to save the day. Whether it's a cat in a tree or a train off the tracks, they always find a way to help those in need.

Burgess Hill Girls Head Liz Laybourn said: ‘It wasn’t only the Nursery pupils who were excited about the PAW Patrol visit. It was part of our Spring whole-school Open Day and it was open to everyone in the local community. We were full to capacity on the day, so it seems that PAW Patrol have legions of fans in Sussex.’