Headteacher’s ‘pride’ as school year draws to a close

PUBLISHED: 15:00 28 July 2016

St Andrew's School in Congresbury early years and keystage 1 having  a school picnic to mark the last day of term is taking place at the  playground. Photo by Jeremy Long.

St Andrew's School in Congresbury early years and keystage 1 having a school picnic to mark the last day of term is taking place at the playground. Photo by Jeremy Long.

Jeremy Long \ JCL Photography

Children, parents and families marked the end of another successful school year with a picnic in the sun last week.

The pupils from St Andrew’s Primary School, in Congresbury, celebrated the last day of term on Friday with a teddy bears’ picnic in their playground.

Headteacher Neil Tuttiett said: “As we draw to a close of another successful year I would like to thank everyone for their support over these past 12 months.

“I am so proud of them all, especially for taking the risk and trying hard to solve problems and to succeed.”


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