Meadow Bridge Primary School is ten years old and the pupils, teachers and parents are celebrating in style.
Next weekend (October 11 to 13) the school is holding three special events.
On Friday October 11 the school will open its doors to anyone who has had an association with it over the past ten years.
Between 10.00am and noon on Friday morning you will be able to come along and enjoy the children Irish Dancing, singing, playing instruments, participating in speech and drama and even saying why they like Meadow Bridge. All this over a cream tea – what could be better?
On Saturday morning the school will hold a car boot sale from 10.00am – 12.00noon in the school grounds. All support is welcome, whether you plan to buy or sell, or just browse! Bacon butties and other refreshments will be available.
To conclude a special weekend, the Meadow Bridge Singers will be participating at the evening service in St James’ Parish Church as part of its harvest celebrations. This service is at 6.30pm on Sunday October 13, and everyone is welcome to attend.
Birthday Cake was recently cut in school and shared a special 10th between all the pupils and staff. The Principal, Mr Paul Good, commended the wonderful way everyone works together to make the school successful. “Despite having experienced the lows along with the highs,” said Mr Good,
“The past ten years hold many special memories for all of us at Meadow Bridge. Education brings its daily challenges, but our children are fantastic and I am privileged to have a staff that is second to none. I am confident the school will continue to provide a wonderful educational experience for everyoneover the next ten years.”
The weekend of special events will bring to an end a series of events that have run monthly over the past year, including a visit from the Belfast Giants, an Intergenerational day and the school’sannual Summer Fair
If you have any memories, photos or newspaper cuttings from the past ten years, the school would love to receive them. Please contact the Principal or Secretary on 028 9262 2509, or email email@example.com