Prior's Field September 2018

A Celebration at Culford Prep School

Published Thursday 2nd of June 2016 09:42:50 AM

Culford Prep School parents and pupils enjoyed an exciting last day before the half term holiday began at their annual Academic and Creative Arts Celebration Day on Friday 27 May. Parents and guardians were invited to join their children for the day, taking part in activities such as ‘Have a Go Lessons’ in Art and Science and ‘What is the BIG question?’ in Religious Studies. They were also able to see first-hand what their children have been learning in a range of subjects by visiting their classrooms, viewing some of their work and taking part in lots of activities, including some flamenco dancing! The special day also saw the official opening of the Prep School’s new music facilities, which have been re-designed and refurbished thanks to a generous legacy gifted to Culford by a former matron. The classroom is now fully equipped with iPads to enable work on interactive practical projects and new acoustics and lighting is in place. Mr Clay, Head of Music at Culford Prep School is naturally delighted. He said: “We have created great facilities which help to place us at the forefront of music teaching and will encourage pupils to engage with the subject in new ways.” Continuing on the musical theme, pupils demonstrated their creative abilities and entertained the audience throughout the afternoon. All year groups performed short 5-minute musical sets, which included everything from singing to playing glockenspiels and the recorder. The celebratory day finished with everyone enjoying afternoon tea in the sunshine.
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