YOU wait for one and five come along at once... sets of twins that is. Five sets of twins have started in the reception class at Ramsey Spinning Infants – potentially setting a new record for a Cambridgeshire school – if not beyond. However, luckily for t
YOU wait for one and five come along at once... sets of twins that is.
Five sets of twins have started in the reception class at Ramsey Spinning Infants - potentially setting a new record for a Cambridgeshire school - if not beyond.
However, luckily for the teachers, none of the sets of twins is identical so they should have no trouble telling them apart.
Lynda Pollard, head of foundation stage at the school and acting deputy head, said: "We have a very good pre-school programme. We visit the children at home and they visit us, so we will recognise them.
"It's a fantastic thing having five sets of twins and they have settled in brilliantly."
The youngsters started school in mid-September and are now all full-time.
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Pictured are, from top, Starla and Tyler, Owen and Lewis, Chloe and Matthew, Joshua and Jacob and Harry and Max.
Picture: HELEN DRAKE 7690.