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Hedon half-term town trails

So what’s going on? Who wants to know about Calum Scott the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ winner from Hull (the QR Code)?

AFTER discovering strange QR Code Clues scattered around Hedon, Blogger Holmes had to investigate!

So what’s going on? Who wants to know about Calum Scott the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ winner from Hull (the QR Code)? And who is seeking answers to the question: “In which habitat would you find a badger?”

It turns out that it’s a half-term holiday initiative arranged by Hedon Inmans Primary School. It’s their Half Term Hedon Town Trails.

There are 10 sites around town with a QR Code to scan and an Animal Question to answer. There are two trails to follow – a Humber Legacy Trail and an Animal Trail.

The Humber Legacy Trail requires children to use their smartphone to scan a QR Code and discover something about a famous Hull person and answer an associated question.

The Animal Trail for younger children asks questions about the animals but offers multiple choice answers!

What a marvellous idea!

To find out more look for the Hedon Inmans Primary School Facebook Page.


In case you were wondering…?

A QR CODE (Quick Response) is a kind of barcode that can be easily read by smart mobile phones and provides quick and easy access to a web address.

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