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Image caption The surprise trip was a reward for the students' hard work during SATs tests. Primary school pupils who thought they were due to sit an exam turned over their papers to discover they would be going on a surprise theme park trip. Staff at the school in Horsham, West Sussex, secretly organised the visit to Chessington World of Adventures. The exam paper said they had been "tricked" into thinking they had a "science test" but would actually be spending the day on roller-coasters. Their teacher said it was a "treat to say well done" for their hard work. The year 6 class at St Andrews School in Nuthurst had spent the week sitting SATs exams. Deputy head teacher Sam Bacon, who plan... Full story

20 May