To help celebrate its success at being designated a specialist Performing Arts and Language College, Bradley Stoke Community School hosted a European Christmas Market on Tuesday Evening.
The school’s aims of providing an educational experience that engages students, developing independence and making a positive contribution to the wider community were all evident at this event.
There was a wide range of stalls, many run by the students, offering food, Christmas trinkets, cards and gifts influenced by different European cultures. The students had worked hard to produce super festive items including Italian Christmas cards, delicious biscuits and original Christmas tree decorations. Their stalls were complimented by local craft traders offering jewellery, cards, candles and other seasonal paraphernalia.
Entertainment was provided by the school band playing Christmas carols and refreshments of mulled wine and mince pies added to the festive atmosphere.
The school also held its annual Variety Performance on 11th and 12th December to further celebrate its recent achievements and to reinforce the two key themes of their specialism, communication and performance.
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