Nailsea pupils graduate key stage one
PUBLISHED: 11:00 02 August 2018
Pupils from a Nailsea primary school looked back on their three years at a ceremony before breaking up for the summer holiday.
Year two children from St Francis Primary School, in Station Road, had a stroll down memory lane during the graduation assembly.
The youngsters and staff remembered their time in reception, year one and year two before the summer term came to an end.
They entertained the audience with a selection of songs, dances and stories of their years in key stage one.
The assembly also encouraged the youngsters to look to the future as they prepare to move into key stage two.
Certificates and prizes were then presented to the children along with a special mortar board hat to wear.
Proud parents, siblings, carers, grandparents, governors and former pupils looked on.
They are now enjoying a six-week break before returning in September to begin the second part of their primary school journey.