We are taking part in a St George's Day event in a local park
We are taking part in a local park event to celebrate St George’s Day later this month.
We will have a stand in Worcester’s Gheluvelt Park on Sunday 28 April, organised by Worcester City Council and The Friends of Gheluvelt Park.
This year’s annual event will take place from 12midday until 5.00pm and will include a grand opening to launch it; throughout the day there will be a bouncy castle, duck racing and other family friendly activities as well as ice cream and refreshments.
The free event is open to all.
Adrian Parsonage, our Headteacher said: "Taking part in this local event is a great opportunity to give back to the community as well as raising awareness of the school. On the day we will be having fun and also have an opportunity to share, first hand, what the school offers to students.”
The school provides the most economical private education for school-aged pupils within Worcestershire.
Adrian concluded: “We have a passion to build character and pursue excellence across all aspects of our pupils’ lives. Our educational values are rooted in a Christian environment where children are taught in small classes.
“Our goal is that each pupil will leave equipped with the best character qualities, skills, discipline and knowledge needed to realise their potential and gifts.”