Our next Open Day will be held on Tuesday 30th April 2024

 

School rocked today!

It was our great pleasure to welcome, Bus Terminal and Fire Boyz, two rock bands from St Giles School for a special performance at Addington Valley. The two bands made up of singers and musicians raised the roof with their first gig at an external venue.

Their amazing set list soon had the audience clapping, singing and dancing along.  The band performed some great renditions of some rock classics from The Boom Town Rats to Blondie and Coldplay, but it was their version of ‘The tide is high’ that got the biggest cheer. Well done to all band members who each had a standout moment either singing a solo or playing their instrument. It was an exciting and memorable concert for the artists and the audience.

We hope to welcome you back again!

The progress my son has made is phenomenal, we couldn’t be happier.

We feel very lucky that he is in this school.

Parent February 2022

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