Bridgnorth school pupils had a busy term at St John’s
Catholic Primary. They spent a day taking part in a panto
when the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre came to visit and
not only did they enjoying watching the performance, they
also made their own theatrical debut.

In October students students also took part supporting World
Mental Health Day by wearing yellow and donating money,
while learning about the impact of mental health illnesses.

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