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Staff, parents and pupils celebrate good Ofsted rating for primary school

PUBLISHED: 13:36 11 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:36 11 July 2018

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) presented the school with a celebratory banner. Photo: Brancaster C of E Primary

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) presented the school with a celebratory banner. Photo: Brancaster C of E Primary

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Pupils at a north Norfolk primary school have enjoyed an end of year celebration.

Pupils presented a cheque from the school to the village hall. Photo: Brancaster C of E PrimaryPupils presented a cheque from the school to the village hall. Photo: Brancaster C of E Primary

Children aged 4 - 11 at Brancaster C of E Primary School took part in an afternoon of singing, dancing and a cheque presentation on Tuesday, July 10.

The reception to Year Six pupils were out of class from 2 - 3pm as part of the event, which celebrated the school’s Ofsted rating of good.

Headteacher Sarah Bocking said: “We had our Ofsted in April but we saved up our big celebration until now.

“It was also celebrating all the help our Parents and Friends Association (PFA) have given us, a dance performance, and a cheque presentation of £165 to Brancaster village hall for its renovation.”

The children also took part in singing and dancing. Photo: Brancaster C of E PrimaryThe children also took part in singing and dancing. Photo: Brancaster C of E Primary

She added: “We had lots of staff and parents there as well as people from the community.”

Brancaster C of E Primary is a voluntary aided school which is part of the St Mary’s Federation in northwest Norfolk.

The celebration afternoon was held on Tuesday, July 10. Photo: Brancaster C of E PrimaryThe celebration afternoon was held on Tuesday, July 10. Photo: Brancaster C of E Primary

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