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Schools' out as boys fish for charity

PUBLISHED: 20:35 23 October 2001 | UPDATED: 10:43 03 March 2010

SIX schoolboys are planning on skipping lessons later this month to go fishing - but they won't be playing 'hookey'!

The Claydon High School pupils are being sponsored to catch as many fish as possible in three hours, in aid of the national Children in Need appeal.

SIX schoolboys are planning on skipping lessons later this month to go fishing – but they won't be playing 'hookey'!

The Claydon High School pupils are being sponsored to catch as many fish as possible in three hours, in aid of the national Children in Need appeal.

The five Year 11 youngsters pictured here in training, will be joined by fellow Youth Award student Andrew Clarke for the 'fish-in', set to take place on October 30 at Suffolk Water Park at Bramford.

Professional Angling Association coach Vince Morgan (also pictured) will be present on the day to verify the haul.

The event is part of an ongoing effort by pupils at Claydon High to raise money for the charity.

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