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No small feet for Sibford!


We have much to be proud of in our school community, especially in this our birthday year, writes Simon Baker, Head of Key Stage 4. Never was 175 years of living adventurously more graphically illustrated than in October when over 175 people signed up to ascend Mount Snowdon, no small feat ... or should I say feet! I was extremely heartened by the fact that this adventure involved the whole school community. Pupils (both current and past), teachers, associate staff, parents and our Clerk of School Committee all gave their time and energy to walk up Snowdon. Accompanied by experienced mountain guides, we braved a


range of weather conditions, arriving at the summit in freezing fog but with the warm glow of having achieved the challenge. It was lovely to witness so many acts of kindness and true Sibford Spirit. Sharing sweets and water, offering words of encouragement, carrying bags and generally looking out for one another. Thanks also to our catering department who ensured there was a celebratory birthday cake to enjoy on our return to school.


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