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Special Peter Pan performance for pupils

River Bank - Peter Pan performance

River Bank - Peter Pan performance

Pupils from River Bank Primary School enjoyed a special performance of Peter Pan from a visiting theatre company earlier this week.

The pupils got to go up on stage after the show to meet the actors and pose for a photo.

Helen Barnett, Chief Executive of the school’s founder Active Luton, thanked the Blenheim Crescent Baptist Church for the use of their community hall for the performance.

River Bank Primary is an Active Education Academy Trust Free School for boys and girls offering a broad and balanced curriculum, with a strong emphasis on physical activity, health and wellbeing. The school is founded by local leisure trust Active Luton.

The school opened in temporary premises in September to two reception classes. Additional year groups will be added each year with the school having the capacity to accommodate 840 pupils by 2018. The school will include a brand new building and state-of-the-art facilities, including a dedicated sports hall, which aims to inspire teachers and children to give their very best.

 

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