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Courtyard Garden Launch

On Wednesday 2nd October Mr Fillingham hosted a small Courtyard Garden Launch to thank those members of our wider community who enabled us to renovate the front of the school into a Courtyard Garden.

Decorating the hedges with fairy lights and trees with flickering tea lights, guests from our Parents' Association, Quondam Committee and Governors, alongside donors who supported the initiative, raised a glass of champage as Mr Fillingham cut a red ribbon to officially open the garden.

Using the expertise of three of our exceptionally talented parents - Mrs Von Baeyer, Mrs Sall and Mrs Cordero - we have transformed the entrance from a car park into a tranquil and peaceful space. We have been overwhelmed with the responses to this seemingly small change to the school, including neighbours popping in to tell us how much they like it, or staff members being stopped as they escort children to the park to comment on it. We look forward to hosting more of you in this space in the future!


Courtyard Garden Launch

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