Norbury Primary School pupils take part in whole school dance

Pupils take part in whole school dance

Pupils take part in whole school dance

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A school kicked off celebrations to mark its 40th anniversary with all classes and teachers taking part in a dance performance.

The pupils from Norbury Primary School took part in the whole school dance before enjoying their annual summer fair on Friday.

All years and all staff took part, with each group performing a routine in the school playground watched by parents.

Headteacher Lou Browning said: “The whole day has been fantastic but the whole school dance was absolutely incredible.

“It was wonderful to see every child and every teacher dancing. It was lovely to see some of our children who excel at sport and gymnastics really enjoy themselves. It was magical.

“It’s been a long year and we have had some fantastic results at the school and the whole day was the perfect way to end the school year.”

From September in the new academic year the school, in Welldon Crescent, will be holding more events to celebrate its 40th year teaching the children of Harrow.

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