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Culford’s two schools showcase their work

Culford’s Senior and Prep Schools held special celebrations prior to the pupils going off on half term.

On Friday, May 27, parents and guardians of those that attend the Prep School were invited to take part in the annual Academic and Creative Arts Celebration Day.

As well as ‘have a go lessons’ in art, science and religious studies, the day also marked the opening of the Prep School’s new music facility.

Mr Clay, head of music, said: “We have created great facilities which help to place us at the forefront of music teaching and will encourage pupils to engage with the subject in new ways.”

Twenty-four hours later, the Senior School hosted its annual Speech Day.

A large variety of extra-curricular activities were available, which included a game of cricket against a President’s XI and a golf competition with Culford’s PGA professional and director of golf, Lawrence Dodd.

The guest of honour was Rev Canon Richard Noburn MBE, who is the president of St Nicholas Hospice Care.

Headmaster Julian Johnson-Munday said: “It was an honour to welcome Richard and his wife, Joyce, to Culford.

“They have worked tirelessly for the benefit of the local community and Richard has made a lasting impact.”


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