Faces of fun as teach­ers soak it up

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - All Smiles For Summer -

Chil­dren at Rep­ton Manor Pri­mary School had the chance to soak their teach­ers at the school’s first fam­ily fun day.

The school, which opened last Septem­ber, had stalls, games and ac­tiv­i­ties for par­ents and chil­dren on Satur­day.

There was also a bouncy cas­tle, tombola and a Boo­gie Bus.

Pupils also gave danc­ing and singing per­for­mances.

Emma Nash, chair­man of the Friends of Rep­ton Manor, said: “It was fan­tas­tic. It was a very suc­cess­ful day and we raised about £2,200. “We had a bouncy cas­tle, per per­for­mances by the chil­dren and we had four of our lovely teach­ers in the stocks. “We had lots of do­na­tions from the whole school with a cakes stall and a tombola. It was re­ally, re­ally good.”

There will be a ques­tion­naire for pupils and par­ents to de­cide how the money is spent but op­tions in­clude a school trip or as­sault course equip­ment.

Right, Flynn Willemse, 10, is on tar­get

Left, Max Rew, five, has a happy face


Daisy Keen Roberts, four, has a spring in her step


Ethan Maa­mar, seven, and Helen Rose Her­ley, five, make a new friend

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