CHILDREN from Bure Park Primary School were treated to an awards celebration by the Bure Farm pub and restaurant on Tuesday.
The party, held for a second year running at the Bure Farm, recognises the achievements of pupils who help others and make a difference within their school community.
Headteacher Rob Pearson said: “The Bure Farm very kindly invited children from the school to a celebration party to recognise the children who have made a difference at school this year.
“A good time was had by all, and thanks to the Bure Farm for its hospitality.”
The party was sponsored by the Marston’s Inns and Taverns group.
Fun and games included a visit from local children’s entertainer and magician Sir Nitwit, and a buffet was laid on.
Around 30 pupils aged between five and 11 attended the party.
Two children from each class had been nominated for awards by their teacher after going the extra mile for their school.
The school said it was very important for children to treat other pupils well, and to represent the school in a positive way through their behaviour.