Students and staff at Spalding High School are excitedly preparing for their first Spring Fayre this Saturday, from noon to 2pm.
All year groups from 7 through to 13 are involved, with forms running individual stalls. There will be a cake and plant sale. Pupils, students and staff are busy baking, making and growing and will be bringing in all of their contributions in order to support the fayre.
There will also be a whole host of traditional fayre stalls and activities such as a pin the tail, balloon bursts, guess the weight of the cake, name the Teddy, raffles, tombola, wellie wanging and teacher stocks as well as, crazy golf, face painting and an obstacle course.
Headmistress Michele Anderson has said; “There has been an amazing response from the students to organise events and activities and being involved in raising money.
“This is a new event in our evolving community calendar and it is great to see not just the support from pupils, parents and staff but also from our brilliant PTA members and other members of the local community.
“I am sure that it will be a really fun day and we are looking forward to seeing it grow and develop over the course of the next few years.”
She added that local residents are welcome to come along.
Refreshments will be available, and plenty of sweet treats and cakes. Form groups across the school are busy sorting through items for book stalls, the tombola and plant stalls ready for the first time the school has opened a fayre to the local community.
Students are hoping for a successful day with talk also of how much they are looking forward to the popular teacher stocks!