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Warren Primary pupils pose for selfie with Cole

PUBLISHED: 17:16 13 July 2015 | UPDATED: 10:29 14 July 2015

Warren Primary School pupils enjoy a selfie with West Ham footballer Carlton Cole

Warren Primary School pupils enjoy a selfie with West Ham footballer Carlton Cole

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Warren Primary School pupils got the chance to meet professional footballer Carlton Cole on a visit to Upton Park.

Year 6 pupils watched West Ham play Burnley when Cole took an iphone off one of the children and posed with them before posting it on Twitter.

The school also took two teams to the West Ham Foundation Tournament (an inter-school tournament) where they finished second and fourth.

Meanwhile, back at the school in Gilbert Road, the boys football team reached the final of the Essex County Schools Football Final losing 2-1 to Buttsbury Primary who were crowned Primary Schools England National Champions.

The boys’ cricket team made it to the Thurrock Cup Final and Year 5 pupils had a training day with England ladies cricketer, Lydia Greenway.

The Year 6 rounders’ team made it to the Essex County Finals finishing in the top eight schools in Essex.

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