Friday, 6 February 2009

I was back at Low Road Primary School today...

Low Road Primary School was opened by Neil Kinnock, then Leader of the Opposition, on 20th January 1984 and the school is now 25 years old. I was there with Hilary Benn MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, and Cllr Geoff Driver, who was at the opening in 1984, for an assembly to celebrate their 25th birthday! The assembly was a clebration of the work these wonderful children had been doing looking at the history of the school, how it had changed over 25 years and how it might change in the next 25 years. They also had a fantastic birthday cake with 25 candles and everyone was going to take a piece home.

It was great to be there with Sally Sumpner and her team who have worked some incredible magic at Low Road Primary School for some fantastic children.

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