Money Raised 2014-15
Thanks to all your efforts and support we have provided:
- Christmas Fayre - 5th December 2014
Thank you all, parents, children, staff and governors alike for your contributions to the Christmas Fayre. You helped fill sweet cones, provided goodies for the fabulous hampers raffled off, spent your money or allowed your children to. Some of you were good enough to give up some of your time to help set up the event, to man a stall, to make things we could sell or to help clear up afterwards. There were games to play, stalls to buy things from, raffle tickets to buy, and refreshments to consume. We were also very lucky to have several outside stalls selling Jewellery, Books, Bric a Brac, and Children’s toys and clothes. A huge thank you must go to those stall holders. A very special thank you must of course go to Santa, who was kind enough to come and visit and meet so many of the children. Thank you Santa.
- Bag2School - 17th October 2014
Thank you to everyone who brought in a bag or two or more of unwanted clothes, shoes, or soft toys. Thanks to your generosity we raised a fantastic amount of £136.00.
- Halloween Disco - 17th October 2014
Thank you to everyone who came along to the Halloween Disco. The costumes and the face make up were fantastic.
The children enjoyed the dancing, the tattoos and the refreshments, fun certainly seemed to be had by all. Thanks to the generosity of a parent, who donated some of the decorations and a lot of the refreshments, we made an amazing profit of £364.93
A big 'thank you' must also go to the army of volunteers who helped decorate the hall, set up the refreshments or helped out at the disco. Thank you, you know who you are
We look forward to seeing you all at the next event.
- Tea and Tissues - 5th September 2014
On the first day of term we held a session for the parents of new pupils to the school. Parents were invited to come to an informal session to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, a piece of cake and to have a chat.
We all know that the first day can be just as hard if not harder for the parents than the children so this was a lovely way to ease them into school life.
They also had the chance to meet Mrs Clarke and ask her anything they wanted, something that was greatly appreciated.