This year saw our most ambitious summer production yet with the children in Key Stage 2 performing 'The Lion King'. Singing in three and four part harmonies, the animals and characters from the Lion King wove their way through the audience bringing gasps of delight. As good as anything on the West End or Broadway the children transported the audience to the Pridelands of Africa. The colourful costumes and masks brought the story alive to the packed audiences. Mrs Louisy, proud Head Teacher praised the children for their hard work, outstanding talent and commitment to themselves and to their school. The Love was certainly being felt as the Lion King ROARED!
Click on the photo gallery for more images and the transformation from rehearsal to production.
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We are a Catholic Primary School in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. Children at our school are aged from 4 to 11. Although our school is currently expanding to a two form entry school we still retain a small, family atmosphere. We provide a friendly, nurturing environment where everyone knows each other and where our children flourish. Children from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures get on well together and make our school community unique. High academic standards and our caring Catholic ethos mean that our school is one to be proud of. We were very pleased when all our hard work was recognised in March 2010 by Ofsted when we were judged to be an 'Outstanding' school. This has been followed by our RE inspection in October 2015, with another 'Outstanding' judgement.
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What a fantastic day yesterday was! The sun was shining, the children had a wonderful time; many parents and grandparents came along to cheer them on. Our sports days just go from strength to strength. Thank you to everyone who supported us on the day!
The Key Stage 1 winners were Milton House.
The Key Stage 2 winners were Keats House. A well deserved win to Keats House, the first time you have held the trophy in 13 years! See photo galleries for more pictures of the day