Pupils leave through human tunnel

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupi

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupils. - Credit: Archant

n YEAR six pupils from a Nailsea school passed through a human tunnel to mark the end of their primary school days.

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupi

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupils. - Credit: Archant

St Francis Primary School put on a host of traditions to make the last day a memorable occasion for year six students.

The day began with a special mass, followed by a moving up ceremony, before all the pupils and parents gathered in the playground to form a tunnel.

Each year six pupil then left the building through the reception class and travelled through the tunnel to say goodbye to their friends and teachers.

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupi

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupils. - Credit: Archant

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupi

St Francis Primary School, Nailsea. Year six children leaving school through a tunnel of fellow pupils. - Credit: Archant


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