Suffolk school all of a Twitter

WHAT do US president Barack Obama, TV funnyman Jonathan Ross and pop princess Britney Spears have in common with pupils at a Suffolk primary school?

Craig Robinson

WHAT do US president Barack Obama, TV funnyman Jonathan Ross and pop princess Britney Spears have in common with pupils at a Suffolk primary school?

They have all signed up to Twitter - the latest craze that is sweeping the internet and keeping the World updated with the goings on of celebrities and political leaders alike.

St Mary's Primary School in Hadleigh has just launched its very own Twitter site so parents and the local community are on the ball with important information and events.


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Headteacher Alison Herbert said: “Our aim is to use our Twitter site as an additional way of communicating a range of important information to parents and the media - as well as other interested groups.

“We think the site will be useful in giving media outlets a heads-up as to forthcoming initiatives which they may well wish to diarise and cover. For example, we have posted up four initial events due to take place in the near future.”

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Twitter is a free website that lets people keep in touch with others through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question - “what are you doing”.

It has attracted many famous “bloggers” from US president Barrack Obama, Tory leader David Cameron and 10 Downing Street to comedian Jonathan Ross, actor Stephen Fry and pop star Britney Spears.

To read St Mary's Twitter site visit https://twitter.com/StMarysHadleigh.

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