Bishop opens super school Oak CE Primary which dropped cross from its emblem

Bishop opens super school Oak CE Primary which dropped cross from its emblem
 

Youngsters sang their hearts out to welcome the opening of their new school.
A mighty chorus of 1,100 children rang out through the grounds of the new Oak Primary CE School on Dryclough Road in Crosland Moor.
They had gathered to see Huddersfield bishop Jonathan Gibbs cut the ribbon on the school gate at the official opening ceremony.
The pupils clapped along as Bishop Gibbs gave a speech and watered a new oak tree that has been planted to mark the occasion.
A group of girls then entertained the others with a dance routine.
Billed as a super school, Oak CE has been created through the... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 39
Source: Examiner
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