We’re delighted that the children of Badgemore Primary School have taken up the challenge to write some articles for the Henley Herald.
Here’s the first one written by Dulcie in Year 6 about their Christmas Fayre…
On Saturday 29 November, residents of Henley came to Badgemore Primary School’s Christmas fayre and raised over one thousand pound for the school. The fayre was planned by the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and the money will be going to buy books and update our library.
There was lots to do at the fayre, including stalls and the raffle. Some people’s favourite was the bottle tombola, where you could win different bottles from shampoo to champagne. Also there were animals where people could pet and feed them for the tiny cost of 50 pence!
There was amazing food at the fayre like cookies, cakes and brownies. There were also some drinks like tea and squash. Also there was a barbeque for a more filling lunch.
All the children at Badgemore would like to say a HUGE thank you to everybody who came to the fayre. Ms Steele, the Head Teacher, said: “I enjoyed being with Santa and loved being in the grotto. I loved seeing lots of people that don’t normally come to Badgemore. Thanks to everyone who came along and supported us!”