​Tardebigge School 200th Anniversary

Tardebigge CE First School will be
celebrating its 200th anniversary
this year. It is one of the earliest
examples of a Church School as it was
founded less than four years after the
foundation of the National Society. 

Headteacher Julie Cutler says: “A
school has been on site since 1815
– the original school was established
in what had been the Magpie Inn
opposite St. Bartholomew’s Church.
When it opened, the school was
supported by the Earl of Plymouth.
Throughout its history, Tardebigge has
been a friendly and welcoming school.

“Our aim is to work in partnership with our parents and carers, the local community and
the Diocese to provide a high quality education for all our pupils. Our very talented and
hard-working staff are committed to helping the children feel special, happy and safe.
We also enthuse the children to respect God’s planet and to care for their beautiful
environment.” 

There will be lots of celebrations to mark Tardebigge School’s special anniversary from
6 – 9 July. These will include a Victorian Day, a school visit to the Black Country Museum,
a journey on the canal, a vintage tea party and a parents’ party with hog roast. Bishop
Graham will also be visiting the school during the week and will take a special thanksgiving
service in St. Bartholomew’s Church along with the Team Rector, Richard Clarke. 

Please pray for the staff, children and parents’ of Tardebigge CE First School as they
celebrate this special anniversary.

Kidderminster Deanery – Rural Dean: Hugh Burton; Lay Chair: June Thomas

Diocese of Oyo (Nigeria): Bishop Williams Aladekugbe 

Diocese of Lincoln: Bishop Christopher Lowson with Bishop David Court (Grimsby) 

Diocese of Härnösand (Sweden): Bishop Tuulikki Bylund 

Diocese of Lappo (Finland): Bishop Simo Peura

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