Pride in our Pupils at BMFS
Our pupils continue to fill us with a sense of pride by their committment to our values and ethos, particularly when presenting themselves in front of visitors and when off-site on educational excursions.
We have recently welcomed a visitor from the Salvation Army to share news of their valuable work in the community and she left with the following comment: "It was such a pleasure to come into your school....I must say the atmosphere in the school was a joy to experience. Lots of laughter, yet manners and discipline were clearly evident."
Such sentiments were also echoed by many of our honoured guests at our Remembrance Day event recently: "Your pupils are so welcoming and talk to us with genuine interest and lovely manners.....They are clearly enjoying themselves at school and we are looking forward to coming back to see them and your staff next time."
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Challney High School for Boys
Thursday 12 February 2015
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