Via: York Press:
PUPILS arriving at a York primary school today had a close encounter – when they found an alien craft crash-landed in their playground.
Youngsters starting their day at Clifton with Rawcliffe school this morning were met by police tape, a NASA investigation unit and a small silver craft billowing smoke and resting on the grass opposite the main entrance to the school.
The scenes were part of an elaborate stunt arranged as part of a day-long exercise to test the youngsters’ investigative skills and to fuel their imaginations as part of a school-wide topic looking at space, said head teacher Chris Wigley.
The craft itself was made by three teaching assistants and the production also involved local police, The Press coming along to investigate and report on the ‘crash’ and a BBC cameraman in the shape of BBC Look North presenter Phil Bodmer, whose son attends the school.
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