After a two year break, Brighton city centre will once again be filled with colour and creativity as thousands of school children, teachers and volunteers celebrate the return of the Brighton Festival Children’s Parade (Saturday May 7th). This year’s theme is Rebuilding and Hope, celebrating the strength and resilience of our communities, and what we can achieve when we listen and work together.
Our pupils, parent’s and teachers have been busy creating Tiny, the mighty recycling whale.
Message from Ms Willard (9th May): ‘A massive thank you and well done to everyone who contributed to our fantastic Children’s Parade entry on Saturday May 7th. The Samba band played throughout, the dancers danced and placard holders chanted. It was a wonderful spectacle, a credit to the school and great to be part of after the two year gap. A special mention and thank you to the key parents, carers and friends who worked so hard to build Tiny.’
See more photo’s of this year’s children’s parade here: https://www.elmgrove.brighton-hove.sch.uk/about/art-music/