Netley Primary School officialy opens with exhibition on global development

Pupils Stephen, Gaashaan and Marwa with nursery nurse Burbuge as Netley Primary School host an inter

Pupils Stephen, Gaashaan and Marwa with nursery nurse Burbuge as Netley Primary School host an interactive exhibition on global development goals on their official opening night. Picture: Nigel Sutton - Credit: Nigel Sutton

Children celebrated diversity in an interactive exhibition at the official opening of a £30million education campus.

Pupils Stephen, Gaashaan and Marwa with nursery nurse Burbuge as Netley Primary School host an inter

Pupils Stephen, Gaashaan and Marwa with nursery nurse Burbuge as Netley Primary School host an interactive exhibition on global development goals on their official opening night. Picture: Nigel Sutton - Credit: Nigel Sutton

Pupils at Netley Primary School put together two shows titled The World We Want on the topic of global development for parents, carers, governors and staff at the campus in Stanhope Street, Euston. Pupils dressed as historical figures including Suffragettes, while others demonstrated different cultures from all over the world.

Holborn and St Pancras MP Kier Starmer was guest of honour at the official opening of the campus, which comprises the primary school, a pupil referral unit and an adult learning community centre.

It opened to pupils in September last year, replacing Netley Primary School’s tired nursery and reception building.

Pupils Stephen, Gaashaan and Marwa with nursery nurse Burbuge as Netley Primary School host an inter

Pupils Stephen, Gaashaan and Marwa with nursery nurse Burbuge as Netley Primary School host an interactive exhibition on global development goals on their official opening night. Picture: Nigel Sutton - Credit: Nigel Sutton


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