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Pupils from four local schools joined forces to perform in the HASSP Spring Dance Festival, in Haddenham on Monday 9th and Thursday 12th March.

Dancers represented Great Kimble CE School, Cuddington and Dinton School, Haddenham Community Infants School, Haddenham Community Junior School and Haddenham St Mary's CE School.

HASSP (or 'Haddenham Area School Sports Partnership') was set up to enable local schools to work together to ensure the provision of high quality sports and physical activity to their pupils. Involving both boys and girls, the dance festival is a wonderful example of the way this combined schools initiative also encourages the health and wellbeing of local primary school children of both sexes.

If you weren't able to get along, you'll find some photographs in our GALLERIES section.

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