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Bulmershe Transition students lead disco fun for ESP pupils!


Date published: Thu 10 Aug 2017   Author: L.Harris   Category: Academic   Share: Share on facebookShare on TwitterShare on MySpaceShare by Email


On Friday 7th July, our Key Stage 3 Transition Leaders helped to run stalls at the Earley St. Peter’s Primary School’s Key Stage 1 and 2 disco.

Our students led stalls which included face painting, hair dressing, temporary tattoos and helping students have the confidence to dance to the DJ’s music in the main hall.

Our students had the wonderful experience of working with younger children and meeting parents, as well as promoting The Bulmershe School as outstanding role models to the local community.


Students involved: Ellie Andrews (Year 8), Jess Hamer (Year 8), Scarlett Shipp (Year 8), Caitlin Grace (Year 8), Amy Smith (Year 8), Grace Quyae (Year 8), Liviya Cabey (Year 8), Sandhuni Perera (Year 8).

Thank you to Anne Oke for the invite and the organisers at Earley St. Peter’s Primary School for the warm welcome. We look forward to the next one!

 

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