On Tuesday 13th November, Radio Lancashire presenter Sally Naden,who is part of the five day rickshaw Power to the Tower challenge, brought a very special visitor to our school –  Pudsey Bear!

The children waited eagerly, as the team cycled up Rutland Street, then as Pudsey entered the school playground everyone cheered and chanted, ‘Pudsey,Pudsey!’

Pudsey demonstrated his latest dance moves which the children thoroughly enjoyed.One child stated that this was the best day of his life!

Thank you to Tish who made Pudsey Bear biscuits for all the children.

Pudsey would like to say a big  thank you to all the children who have supported and  donated money to this worthy charity.

As they continue their journey through Lancashire,they hope more people will get involved, like Park Primary School, to support the 54 projects Children in Need funds.



Mrs J. Greenwood

I have had the pleasure of working at Park since I graduated from Chester Teacher Training College. Both my children attended Park Primary and have become successful in their careers. I love my role as Deputy Head teacher and especially enjoy having the opportunity to work in all classes. I am very proud to work at Park Primary and always take an interest in the careers of past pupils. My hobbies are walking, spending time with my friends and family.
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