Mr Blobby and Jabba the Hutt celebrate with hundreds of parents and pupils at West Wickham school

Mr Blobby and Jabba the Hutt join the pupils of Oak Lodge Primary School

The pupils of Oak Lodge enjoy the day

The pupils of Oak Lodge enjoy the day

The pupils of Oak Lodge enjoy the day

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , deputy news editor

Mr Blobby and Jabba the Hutt joined hundreds of parents and pupils at a West Wickham school over the weekend.

Oak Lodge Primary School in Chamberlain Crescent, which turns 60 this year, was celebrating every decade of its existence.

Around 600 people attended, including pupils between the age of five and 11, parents, staff, ex-pupils and ex-staff.

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The school's business manager Claire Mackenzie said: "Because the school is 60 this year we had an event where we had lots of different exhibitions and activities in each classroom.

"Each classroom represented a decade since the 1950s.

"Also over 100 of the children put on four different shows, for each decade from the 1950s through to the 1980s.

"It was a really enjoyable day, there were lots of interesting artefacts for people to look at.

"It was a great way for the school to celebrate 60 years."

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7:02am Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Awe, glad they had a good time.
Nice to see gj and Dr. N put in an appearance! Bet that made the kids day up no end.
Awe, glad they had a good time. Nice to see gj and Dr. N put in an appearance! Bet that made the kids day up no end. sarfflondonbird
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10:52am Thu 3 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

Mr Blobby he gets in the Brickies larging it.
Mr Blobby he gets in the Brickies larging it. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -12

12:33pm Sat 5 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

Or as we call them, eric pickles and boris johnston.
Or as we call them, eric pickles and boris johnston. white rabbit9
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