St Piran's School marks 25th anniversary with a street party
Pupils and teachers at St Piran’s School celebrated its silver anniversary with a street party last week.
The Hayle school invited founding head teacher, James Reid, to the celebration along with past head teachers and pupils.
At an afternoon tea party for parents a raffle was held to raise further funds.
Head teacher, Carol de Labat, said: “The raffle seemed an appropriate way to round off a sparkling celebration of the school’s success over 25 years and it highlighted the caring nature of school community.”
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To mark the occasion and continue with the school’s fund raising tradition, pupils were challenged to sell 25 stickers at 25 pence each, with money going to The Morning Star School for the Deaf in Cameroon.
Gill Philips represented the school’s parent company, The London School of Commerce, and spoke of the charitable foundation Combating Poverty Through Education which supports educational projects in Sri Lanka and Cameroon.