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Icing on cake tops Carlton Hill Primary School's 50th birthday
3:30pm Tuesday 16th July 2013 in News
Pupils and teachers enjoyed a spectacular cake to celebrate their school’s 50th birthday.
The Mayor of Brighton Denise Cobb joined in the week-long celebrations at Carlton Hill Primary School.
Former pupils and teachers delivered an assembly to pupils about the school’s history while children were given commemorative keyrings.
A three-tier cake baked by a teacher with the school’s logo was enjoyed by staff and pupils.
Headteacher Louise Willard said: “It was a lovely week with beautiful weather. We’ve also just got our SATs results which we were very pleased about.
The children really bought into it and loved the gifts and were very excited to see the mayor.
“What came across was that this was a caring school with a really good team of staff.”
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