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Year 6 Prom (23 images)

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Speech Day 2017 (53 images)

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Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies - Year 6 Play (49 images)

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Speech Day 2017

What with the Year 6 Leavers Party on the penultimate Saturday of term, with a swim, disco, magician and fantastic food, and the Year 6 play ‘Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies’ on the following Monday and Tuesday to audiences of over 180 people, we were all feeling like that metaphorical snowball building up speed and momentum for the final showdown of Speech Day.

 The sun was shining, the children smiling and the cars were rolling onto the field in their masses. The day was set for a magnificent Speech Day in the splendorous and spacious Marques with over 300 adults in attendance. Piper Ferdinand piped Mr Groves with his VIPs in to start proceedings. The string quartet opened with an extract from Orchésographie by Arbeau and Sam Antrobus the Chief Executive of Wishford began the speeches. The Year 6 senior prefects then had a debate about equality after which  Mr Groves waxed lyrical about the St Faith’s staff and finally Amelia then talked about her ‘pushy dad’. With the speeches over the years’ prizes were awarded by the Head Boy and Girl’s mothers and then Mr Antrobus presented the Upper Nursery and Year 6 diplomas. The senior prefects were then announced for the next academic year to the rapturous applause of all. We all then departed the marques to open the new outdoor classroom and a scrumptious strawberry cream tea for all was provided by Holroyd Howe.

Tears and lots of parting hugs were in abundance as we waved goodbye to the wonderful Year 6 cohort as they made their way wearily to the awaiting cars, resigned to finally cutting the umbilical cord and moving onto their next school.

 We wish them the very best of luck and hope you enjoy some of the photographs in the gallery of these wonderful events.