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'It is quite an achievement to pull together so many youngsters, in order to give the audience such an incredibly polished and entertaining performance' Audience member
'Students are very proud of their school and feel very safe. They behave well in the corridors as they move from one lesson to the next' Ofsted
'You could see the hard work and dedication that has been put into it. Having a proper band playing live music made the performance very special' Audience member
'The direction provided for the school is clear and promoted strongly by the headteacher and Governors' Ofsted

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