Partner primaries from the Four Oaks Cluster group of Schools visited Arthur Terry as part of an annual event to bring together neighbouring schools for a day of education and fun at ‘big school’. Cluster Day sees all Year 5 and 6 children from the Cluster visit Arthur Terry every year.
Pupils from Four Oaks Cluster schools: Coppice, Four Oaks, Hill West, Little Sutton, Mere Green, Moor Hall and Whitehouse Common, took part in a varied day of activities with Arthur Terry students and staff. The theme this year was Great Britain and children explored what it meant to be a British citizen and then looked at key events in British history. Pupils also took part in samba drumming and Brazilian dancing.
Pupils from local primaries also followed the yellow brick road to Arthur Terry for magical matinee previews of the school’s spellbinding ‘Wizard of Oz’ show and had a heel-clicking time.
Mrs Sue Bailey, assistant headteacher at Arthur Terry, said:
This popular event is a great opportunity for our partner primary schools to come together with staff and students at Arthur Terry. It’s a chance to meet new friends, experience life at senior school and engage in a rich programme of activities that will inspire pupils and celebrate the schools that our community serves.
All of the children had a fantastic time and thanks to everybody who helped make this day a success.”