The pupils of Bailey Street took part in the annual Stafford Christmas Tree Festival in the beautiful setting of St Mary’s Church in Stafford town centre. Almost100 trees were decorated by local organisations, shops, businesses, schools and charities. Trees were decorated to reflect the nature of each organisation and some highly individual and wonderfully decorated trees were on display. The Christmas Tree Festival which was attended by Bailey Street staff was opened by the Mayor of Stafford at a reception which was held at 7pm on Tuesday 5th December.

As the photographs show, Bailey Street pupils certainly displayed their creative talents and made a beautiful tree to be proud of complete with baubles which even included the school dogs to reflect the important part they play in Bailey Street school life.

We hope you enjoy looking at the photos and the wonderful drone video (courtesy of Dronehub) which captures the beauty of the festival.

Bailey Street wish you all a holiday season full of peace, joy, and happiness.

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