Paralympic Double Gold Medal Winner, Natasha Baker MBE opens Hillingdon Primary's new buildings

Today children, staff and governors of Hillingdon Primary School welcomed Natasha Baker MBE to formally open the schools new buildings by unveiling two plaques outside the school. Along with other special guests she was treated to a wonderful celebration performance by children of all years which included ‘When I Grow Up’ from Mathilda by Tim Minchin and a roof lifting cover of Oasis’s ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ accompanied by the school staff band.

Children from all years read out personal tributes and thank-you letters to Cllr Simmonds who had overseen the school improvement programme in the Borough of Hillingdon and to key members of staff at the school and project managers who had enabled the build programme to be such a success.

Natasha fielded questions from the children and talked about her personal journey to Paralympic Double Gold Medal in Dressage at the London Games in 2012. Following which guests were treated to an vigorous excerpt from the upcoming school performance of the musical ‘Annie’. Natasha completed her visit by meeting the Pirates and Princesses in Reception where she was regaled with a chorus of, “Arrghhhs” and a rendition of ‘Hakuna Matata’.

(Performing Rights Society please feel free to contact the Elliot Foundation Head Office)

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