Members of the Society of Friends were on hand to meet and greet prospective pupils and their families attending a very busy autumn Open Morning at Christ College today.
Chair of the Society of Friends, Cath Maggs, said: “This is an important role of the Friends, as we are able to help the school at what is an important showcase for them. As Friends, we are able to give a parents’ perspective on life at Christ College and share those important experiences with visiting families.”
Cath added:”I’m so grateful to the volunteers within the Society of Friends who gave up their Saturdays to come in and support the school … it was a real community effort!”
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