Tuesday, 14 October 2008

I went to Asquith Primary School's 6th birthday celebrations this afternoon...

Asquith Primary School opened on 14th October 2002 with five children and is now a thriving little one form entry primary school with over 200 children. Gill Austerfield, the headteacher, has worked incredibly hard to build a wonderful little primary school that aims to be 'a school where achievement is high and every child is able to develop and thrive within a supportive atmosphere where learning is fun and the value of each individual is evident'.

At their special celebration assembly, the older children sang and talked about their school and their aspirations and it was wonderful. I wish more of the people who said this school was mistake could have been there this afternoon to see what Gill and her talented team are doing... simply releasing the magic!

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