Christmas Fayre helpers and cake makers!!

This year the Christmas Fayre will be on Thursday the 7th of December running from 1.30pm – 4pm.

1.30pm – parents can have a look around the hall for Christmas present ideas;

1.45pm – Reception students (with accompanying adult) will be released from class;

2.15pm – all other students (with accompanying adult) will be released from class.

This is one of the big events run by the PTA for our children and we need your help to make it run smoothly…..

HELPERS: we need people to help with setting up AND on the day.

Set-up Wednesday 6th December from 5pm

Set-up Thursday 7th December from 9am

Helping on the day with stalls / games etc. 1.30pm – 4pm (this can be split over two shifts in needed):

1.30 – 2.30pm

2.30 – 4pm

Tidy up (usually takes about ½ an hour)

CAKE MAKERS: The cake stall is HUGELY popular and we rely on the generous donations of cup-cakes, fairy-cakes, mince pies, biscuits etc. to sell on the day. (These will be collected the morning of the Christmas Fayre from 8.30am)

If you can help (even if it’s just for an hour) please contact Ginette Bader on

ALSO, don’t forget if you have got good quality toys, books, DVDs etc. that your children have grown out of please donate them to the PTA Christmas Fayre for our Bric-a-Brac stall……all money raised by PTA events go toward equipment and supplies that all our children benefit from!!

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We have been advised that the States Works Department will NOT be carrying out the advised works to School Lane (footpath from zebra crossing outside Ogier’s) and the public footpath from Valpy’s car park (running behind the school to the main school car park) on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st November and will undertake this at a later date.



Please thank all of the staff involved in collecting the shoeboxes for us, and, most of all, please thank the children. In the end, we collected 1,474 boxes from the schools, and we had a grand total of 4,107 boxes overall. So that means that a large proportion of these boxes were filled by children. Thats wonderful, and we thank them all. This means that 4,107 children in Eastern Europe will get one box at Christmas. They have now been shipped to the uk, and they will soon go off to Eastern Europe.

Please thank everyone for their hard work, and I will be in touch again next year!

Hannah laidlow


Children In Need


Children In Need

School Councillors will be selling Children In Need glow in the dark headbands and wrist bands on Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th November in their classes.  Headbands cost £2.50 and wristbands cost £1.00.  Children are able to buy 1 item and if there is any leftover stock this will be sold off on a first come first served basis later in the week.  Please keep purchases at home ready for Children In Need day.

Children In Need day is on Friday 17th November where children are invited to come to school in spotty mufti for a donation of 50p or more.

Thank you,

School Council