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Christmas is coming on Friday the 9th of December! - 25th Nov 2016


The Christmas Fair is almost upon us and we are pleased to say that preparations are going well. It looks like it will be a fabulously festive event with lots of stalls for you to buy those Christmas treats at. For the first time ever, we have asked the classes to create and run their own stalls.


Class Stalls

  • Oak class Pancake stall and Guess the name of the Snowman
  • Hornbeam class are running the Make and Take stall where you can make masks and decorate ceramic ornaments for your tree. You can also Guess How Many Baubles are in the jar to win a prize.
  • Beech class Fun Photo Booth. Pop along and use the props to have a funny festive photo taken and see if you can find What’s Hiding Under Santa’s Hat?  for a chance to win a Lucky Dip Prize.
  • Ash class Animal Treats stall have made delightful treats for caring for our bird and doggy friends over the winter.
  • Rowan class are making delicious Gingerbread Treats and challenging you to Guess Who the Teacher is from a baby photo. You can also try your luck on the Tin Can Alley!
  • Maple class are tempting you with Homemade Sweet Treats. Candy cane hearts, snowman poop and reindeer poop are sure to delight your taste buds. There will be a fun game of Pin the Nose on Rudolph too!
  • Willow class will be challenging you to shoot down the targets in their Nerf Shooting Alley and also having you try your luck at finding Where is Santa Hiding? on their grid.
  • The Key stage 1 and 2 choirs will be singing around a Christmas tree between 6 and 6:30, generously donated by the Edwards Family from Christmas Tree’s World


FOWPS will be running their usual favourite stalls:

  • Jolly Jars
  • Bottle tombola
  • The Cafe which will be selling tea, coffee, hot chocolate, mulled wine, wine, beer and squash, and some mince pies.
  • Guess the weight of the cake win it (Kindly donated by Lorna)
  • Enter the raffle. Stand a chance to win one (or more) of 20 lovely themed gift hampers!
  • Visit Father Christmas in the grotto in Maple classroom (sign up sheets will be up week beginning 28th November)
  • Parent gift shop- send the children to buy a little secret present for you in the gift shop.


External Stalls* (so far)

  • Mellow Therapies Mellow therapies offers Swedish massage using organic Neal’s Yard oils by Katey French.
  • House of BlueBelle  Collections of luxurious Home, Bath and Body products. Across all of our collections our products are handmade in small batches, our candles are all hand-poured and for that added personal touch, every item is lovingly hand finished.
  • After School Club Cake and Sweet stall
  • The Fun Food Club children’s aprons and recipes by Claire Jones
  • Jan’s Pit Stop will be providing scrumptious vegetarian and meaty burgers for our enjoyment
  • The Creation Station will be there to entice your children into trying out some arts and crafts
  • Lego Space building competition, pop along and build your space ship to win a prize! Run by Woodcote resident and children’s author Sue Palmer.
  • Flaming Beauties are selling handmade soy and wax candles and hidden jewellery candles containing sterling silver items. These will be available in various fragrances with a choice of necklace, earrings or ring. (All jewellery will be 925 sterling silver with CZ gems, with a minimum rrp of £10 )
  • Wheeler’s Books, a great selection of books for young and old at very reasonable prices.
  • Woodcote Preschool Lucky Dip game
  • Cork Letters; hand decorated cork letters make great gifts


*Please click on the links to see what these stalls will be selling.

Doors will be opened by Father Christmas at 5:30 via the school foyer.

(£1 per adult, kids under 16 go free)

Choirs will sing between 6 and 6:30pm

Raffle will be called at 7pm

Doors close at 7:30pm

We do hope you will all pop along and listen to the children’s choirs singing Christmas songs and carols, support their class stalls and get into the Christmas Spirit on Friday 9th December from 5:30-7:30.


Remember to bring lots of coins to spend, most activities and school stall items cost between 50p and £3