Community Fun Day
Our third annual Community Fun Day was held on Monday 4 May and once again it proved to be a huge success.
The turnout was amazing with visitors enjoying the wide range of entertainment including live bands, pony rides, fun fair, karting, body zorbing, VW camper vans, motorbikes and Curious Critters just to mention a few.
Our year teams ran stalls to raise money for their end of year proms and school resources and a variety of charities and many other local groups were in attendance to engage with the community.
The day would not have been possible without the tireless effort of our volunteers and of course our community, who turned out in their hundreds to support the event.
A big ‘thank you’ goes out to all the performers, entertainment providers and stallholders for creating a family friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Special mentions must go to the ‘Nowt2Do stage’ performers Azzurro, Liberation, Callum Gridley & Reece Newton, Nail ‘em Down, Mocko and the Nowt2Do dancers. There were also some great (and some not so great!) karaoke performances.
Also deserving a mention for their support are Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service, GMP, Cheeky Chimps, Stockport Truck Centre, Union Arms, Rema Indian Cuisine, Intergen CIC, North West Fun Fairs, Curious Critters, Carousel Ponies, Classic VW campervans, Road Slayers Brotherhood and Zetec Electrical Services.
We have put together a photograph gallery of the day for your enjoyment, which can be viewed here.
We are already busy planning next year’s event, which will take place on Bank Holiday Monday 2 May 2016, and we have already pre-ordered the sunshine!
Thank you for your support and we look forward to welcoming you to our school for future events and celebrations.
The Dance Department would like to say a huge ‘Thank You’ to everyone who supported this year’s Dance extravaganza on April 29 & 30.
Over 100 students performed in the event which took many months to prepare for and as usual our hard working and talented dancers did not disappoint. The show featured 30 pieces of dance in a wide range of styles and genres and continued to showcase the excellent technical skills and versatility of our young dancers.