School’s Christmas comes early
STUDENTS and staff Churchill Academy and Sixth Form in Churchill Green celebrated Christmas early in a special day of festive events last week.
Sixth form students wore home-made fancy dress costumers throughout the day, which included a year 12 and 13 carol service and a year 13 review.
The senior leadership group knocked up a full English fry-up in the morning to thank staff for their hard work and commitment to students throughout the year.
Younger students enjoyed the day in their house teams, which included a church service.
There was also a Christmas quiz and a dance event.
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Lorraine McKay, director of student welfare, said: “Churchill has a lovely mixture of tradition, fun and great warmth between staff and students.
“We believe that our Christmas celebrations reflect our enjoyment of working with young people and help to build lasting and supportive relationships within the academy”.
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