What a start to the new academic year!

Here are some of our highlights so far:

Longland’s choir wowed the crowd at Market Drayton’s Ginger and Spice Festival! A big well done to all the children involved and thank you to those who came along to support us!

Neighbours and the local community came for a guided tour of our Social Farm and Eco Garden. Tea and cake anyone?

Here was Miss Wellings speaking to BBC Radio Shropshire ahead of the Social Farm Open Day.

Longlands held a Macmillan coffee morning and raised £347 for the charity. Thankyou to all those who supported the event!

Miss Wellings, Miss Keen, along with pupils Arthur and Alex all attended the recent Market Drayton Town Council In Bloom Competition. We are proud to share that we finished 2nd place in the ‘Best Environmental Friendly Garden’ and 3rd in the ‘Best Allotment’ category. It is fantastic to receive more achievements for our unique Shropshire space and be the only school that entered!

Posted by marchesadmin on 27th September 2021, under Uncategorised

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