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Year 7 (continued)


“The rewards trip to the bowling centre was brilliant. We played in teams of 7 or 8. It was excellent to see the teachers join in. Mr Yeates said he got 5 strikes in


a row!! The best bit was when we went into the arcade area and played all sorts of games. There were scary ones, tactical and fun ones. I’d say if we could we would all go again.”


Aimee Duce and Beau Ford 7.1


Another event we completed was the Summer Fayre where stalls of varying types were provided for the up and coming Years 7’s for next year. This time last year it was us who were experiencing this for ourselves!!! It was a great afternoon and a fantastic opportunity to welcome our new students and provide fun and exciting opportunities for others. Stalls included sponge the pupil, coconut shy, Apple bobbing, Mocktail stand and countless others that included fun and sweets. The whole afternoon was accompanied by some great singing and music played by some of the school band on Drums and Guitar. I was extremely pleased to see the year group not only coming up with the ideas but also running the stalls themselves autonomously throughout the afternoon. They were engaging with future pupils and were consistently friendly and welcoming creating a warm and fun atmosphere only spoiled by the slight rain we had towards the end of the afternoon.


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