Winning smiles

Year 6 children from a Bridgnorth primary were overjoyed to be named as award winners at a ceremony at the end of last term. Pupils at St John’s Catholic Primary School won nominated for the awards for achievements including religious education; academic achievement; arts; sport and musical excellence, along with a KS1 Star and VIP Award.

St John’s office manager Kasha Millar says, “Both the children and their parents attended our Awards Ceremony and we are all very proud of their achievements.”


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