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A long serving caretaker at a school in Suffolk has been given the honour of burying a time capsule created by pupils as he celebrates his retirement. Jon Chisnall, who started working at Broke Hall Primary School, in Rushmere St Andrew while it was still being built in 1976, has now taken the decision to hang up his boots after nearly half a century working as care taker. To commemorate his time with the school, Mr Chisnall...

was asked to help bury a time capsule that 90 Year 5 pupils have been working on this term. The students have been writing and drawing about what will happen in the future, and their work, along side some school uniform, pictures of the classes and a newspaper from this week were sealed inside a container to be buried. CLICK HERE to read the full story on the Ipswich Star news website.

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