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PICTURES: Pupils enjoy creativity, prom and drama




Howard Primary School pupils Courtney-Jai Ruddy, Troy Fayers, Jake Ashton, Joshua Howes and Isabelle Borley with their unicorn ANL-160807-133942001
Howard Primary School pupils Courtney-Jai Ruddy, Troy Fayers, Jake Ashton, Joshua Howes and Isabelle Borley with their unicorn ANL-160807-133942001

As the end of school term approaches, pupils have been enjoying a variety of creative and fun-filled activities.

Children at Howard Primary, in Bury, made a range of mythical beasts to accompany their learning topic of ‘Magical Mystery Tour’.

The Duke and Duchess of Grafton allowed West Suffolk Decorative and Fine Arts Society to take a group of students from Priory School for an outdoor photographic lesson run by William Black ANL-160807-124648001
The Duke and Duchess of Grafton allowed West Suffolk Decorative and Fine Arts Society to take a group of students from Priory School for an outdoor photographic lesson run by William Black ANL-160807-124648001

They worked as a team to choose, plan and build each creature and they will continue their work by writing a story about their mythical beast.

The Duke and Duchess of Grafton allowed West Suffolk Decorative and Fine Arts Society to take students from Priory School, in Bury,for an outdoor photographic lesson at Euston Hall as part of the 300th anniversary celebrations of landscaper Capability Brown’s birth.

William Black ran the lesson and showed the group the best places, angles and lighting required to take quality photos from the perspective of Brown’s views of the gardens at Euston.

For Riverwalk School’s leavers’ prom at Southgate Community Centre, Zoe Wolf, from Tesco, made 100 cupcakes for pupils.

Headteacher Jan Hatchell, Kirsty Tootell (16-19 Teacher) and Zoe Wolf, from Tesco, at Riverwalk School's leavers prom ANL-160807-134604001
Headteacher Jan Hatchell, Kirsty Tootell (16-19 Teacher) and Zoe Wolf, from Tesco, at Riverwalk School's leavers prom ANL-160807-134604001

Riverwalk, in Bury, is for children and young people with severe, profound and multiple learning and behaviour difficulties.

Culford Pre-Prep pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 performed the play The Goblin Next Door to the delight of friends and family.

Culford Pre-Prep pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 performed the play The Goblin Next Door to the delight of friends and family. Pictured pupil Holly Jones.
Culford Pre-Prep pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 performed the play The Goblin Next Door to the delight of friends and family. Pictured pupil Holly Jones.


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