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St Botolph’s Primary pupils celebrate 20 years since school opening

Pupils at St Botolph's Primary celebrated the school's 20th birthday with a street carnival and a fair

Pupils at St Botolph's Primary celebrated the school's 20th birthday with a street carnival and a fair

Pupils of St Botolph’s Church of England Primary School in Botesdale entertained local residents with their street carnival on Friday, July 18, in celebration of the 20 year anniversary since the school first opened.

Children from every class paraded through the streets of Botesdale and neighbouring village Rickinghall with costumes and banners themed around their favourite books.

This set the stage for a games and activities fair held at the school grounds, which was organised by the Friends of St Botolph’s Committee.

Mark Cobbold, headteacher at the two-decade-old school, said: “It was great to see so many parents and local residents enjoying our carnival, as all the children and staff worked extremely hard to put on what was a spectacular display.

“I feel immensely proud of the children as they put on a wonderful show and clearly had fun taking part.”

 

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