B Cador: December 2015
Christmas Fair — a huge success
We had a great turnout for this year's Christmas Fair. Santa arrived in style in a vintage car, cheered on by youngsters and adults alike, to make his way to Santa's Grotto.
Lots of fantastic stalls, great games to play, lovely refreshments and the singing of carols by the children made for a very festive and enjoyable event.
The new FOWS logo, designed by Esme Ashley, was also revealed.
A very big thank you to all our parents for their donations, our staff (supporting our Y6 with their games, creating the grotto, running craft clubs, 'manning' stalls, teaching the children the carols and decorating school) and to FOWS who organised the event brilliantly.
There were lots of happy faces and good cheer and hopefully lots of money raised to benefit our children in school.
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