- KIRKFEST - for one year only a fun farewell to Miss Kirk, an afternoon and evening of family fun and.....
- overnight camp out in the school grounds.
- Live music played throughout the day,
- the children had lots of fun and
- many ex-pupils and families returned to say farewell to Miss Kirk.
- Pupils decorated fish with messages for Miss Kirk.
- The choirs (children and adult) sang.
- It was a hugely successful and memorable weekend.
- Mayor Cllr David McLean attended Friday Prayers to present his Schools Award to two chosen recipients.
- Lessons and fun in Grays Wood.
- Treading the red carpet at the premier of "CHALK - Bedrock of Fly Fishing" featuring two ex members of the Prince's Mead Fly Fishing Club.
- Ex-pupils Mia Stares and Kylie Chan returned to Prince's Mead to receive special Music Awards to honour their contribution to music.
- Miss Kirk is an Ambassador with The Murray Parish Trust, she attended the charity launch at the House of Commons.
- Inspired by the ceramic poppies at The Tower of London each child at Prince's Mead made their own ceramic poppy field.
- Laura Thomas, Head of Art, organised the project. The poppies were fired on site, and sprayed and planted by a team of staff and parents.