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Whizz, Bang, Wallop! Haddenham Community Infant School is hosting a Curriculum Open Evening on Thursday evening, 12th July, from 6pm until 8pm.

From 7.00pm each class will perform the dances they have learnt in the school's dance teacher Trina's workshops, followed by a showcase of 'The Greatest Showman' that the children performed to the Over-Sixty's Club this term.

These are not to be missed!

Food for your dinner and a bar (also featuring the new Chaser's Gin Box Bar) will be available from 6.00pm.

Plus attractions to keep the youngsters amused.

Music from the steel band Steelasophical will be performed during the evening.

All welcome!

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