Milton Keynes school celebrates happy award in style

To celebrate being the first infant school in the country to receive the Outstandingly Happy school award, Glastonbury Thorn primary school held a party earlier this week.

The children and their families were joined for cake and fun by the deputy mayor of Milton Keynes, Sam Crooks; children and families councillor, Zoe Nolan; school improvement partner, Sue Pettit; Paul Field from the art of brilliance, Sarah from Yogamotive and school governors Maggie Wyke and Malcolm Dobell.

The celebratory cake

The celebratory cake

“We all had a lovely afternoon listening to songs from our resident singing squad and kindness club members and enjoying an wonderful array of delicious cakes,” said a school spokesman.

“Thank you for everyone’s continued commitment and support for Glastonbury Thorn school, this award belongs to all of you.”

The deputy mayor enjoys  the party

The deputy mayor enjoys the party