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She is then asked how long her journey is expected to take, replying: 'About five to six months - so, yeah, it's a long time.' The video ends with Ms Kelty waving to a camera with a spectacularly beautiful lake and mountain range behind her.
Headmistress Siobhan Collingwood, who was previously accused of trying to unseat a Tory MP, yesterday said some parents were so deprived they had passed out from hunger in the hallways.
He said: 'She wasn't a very competent canoeist in whitewater rapids.
She was determined to do everything by her own strength and didn't want to use the raft on some places that were difficult to pass.
The Government also claims that, since 2010, the number in absolute poverty has fallen by more than half a million.
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We’ve taken them as well to food banks.’Morecambe Bay Primary donates presents and food for pupils if they would otherwise miss out on Christmas Day.
Mrs Collingwood, 50, said one pupil had confessed he had spent Christmas caring for his alcoholic grandmother while his mother slept between night shifts.
In June, Mrs Collingwood, who is a member of the National Union of Teachers, was accused by Conservative MP David Morris of trying to oust him after she used her Twitter account to call Tory voters ‘sociopaths’.
She even wrote a parody of Bob Dylan’s song Subterranean Homesick Blues criticising the Government’s education policies.
It was filmed on June 17 - just a day before her trip began.
As she stands by her backpacks and gear in Queropalco, Peru, she says: 'I can't wait to actually start - to get up to the top and actually start kayaking down.
‘We wouldn’t expect to see this in a developing nation.’West End Primary School in Morecambe said it sometimes gave coats and shoes to pupils whose parents could not provide them.