Priory Community School invites hundreds of future pupils to breakfast – in pictures
PUBLISHED: 09:00 19 March 2017
Hundreds of children and their parents tucked into a free breakfast at a Worle secondary school at the weekend.
Priory Community School invited future year seven pupils to enjoy a cooked breakfast and learn more about the school.
There were also plenty of activities for them to try out.
Some youngsters practised circus skills, including walking across a tightrope while others made some crafts.
Head of school Jane McBride said: “We are delighted to welcome all the students, parents and carers to enjoy a fun-packed morning with us and to meet staff.”
There were also science experiments available for children to try out, as well as face-painting, stalls and a giant Jenga set.