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A Brief History of Our School

Our school was opened on November 14th 1989 by the then Bishop of Leicester.

The two Church of England schools in Loughborough were getting very old. These two schools were the Emmanuel C.E. (Aided) Primary School and Warner C.E. (Aided) Primary School. Today only the Emmanuel school building exists. Warner school has been demolished to make way for the new bypass.

These two schools were brought together in 1989 on the current site in William St.

Picture 1 Official opening of our School 1989
Picture 2 Official opening of our School 1989
Picture 3 Official opening of our School 1989
Picture 4 Official opening of our School 1989
Picture 5 Mrs Dixon
Picture 6 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 7 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 8 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 9 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 10 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 11 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 12 Year 6 Production of The Seven Sided Dice 2006
Picture 13 Magic Moments 2004
Picture 14 Botanical Gardens 2002
Picture 15 Botanical Gardens 2002
Picture 16 Botanical Gardens 2002
Picture 17 Loughborough C of E Football Team 2004
Picture 18 Loughborough C of E Football Club Cup Final 2004
Picture 19 Loughborough C of E Football Club Cup Final 2004
Picture 20 Skipping Competition 2003
Picture 21 Skipping Competition 2003
Picture 22 Skipping Competition 2003
Picture 23 Maypole Dancing 2002
Picture 24 Maypole Dancing 2002
Picture 25 World War II Day 2002
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