Faces of fun as teachers soak it up
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