Pupils, staff and governors of a school past and present came together to celebrate its 80th birthday.
Mrs Dheer selected people out of a hat that would be involved in a ceremonial tree planting in the afternoon, which was accompanied by a song written and sung by students.
Children buried a time capsule that had different things that represented the school in it including written articles and a uniform
Everyone also enjoyed a picnic lunch and looking at an exhibition up in the hall that showcased the last eight decades.
Headteacher Lucy Rodgers said: "It is wonderful to be able to celebrate such a milestone birthday of the school.
"When the school first opened there were 229 children on roll, today we have 460. We are all very proud of the school as it is today and the fact that we are part of its history.
"The children are looking forward to learning about what life was like 80 years ago, they will also cover key events that have taken place since the inception of the school.
"I hope many past pupils, staff, governors and volunteers of the school will contact us to share photos and stories of their time here. We would also love to have any photos that people may have of the pupils and school through the ages."