Bingo! winning students over
IT could be eyes down, look in for teachers in Comet country seeking ways to control unruly pupils. The Government s behaviour expert Sir Alan Steer has just recommends that students play bingo to stop them playing up. Now Mecca Bingo Stevenage s club man
IT could be eyes down, look in for teachers in Comet country seeking ways to control unruly pupils.
The Government's behaviour expert Sir Alan Steer has just recommends that students play bingo to stop them playing up.
Now Mecca Bingo Stevenage's club manager, Tracey Wilsmore, is offering local teachers the chance to go back to the classroom with specially designed crash courses in the game.
And the company is giving away free bingo books to teachers in its clubs, on a first come first served basis.
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Tracey said: "We were thrilled to hear that bingo has been recognised as a fun way of keeping minds focused.
"Our members already know that this British institution is a fantastic way to keep the brain active and we look forward to welcoming local teachers back to the classroom in our club!
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