PTA News 19th October 2018
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Thank you to Mr Gardner and members of the PTA who helped at the Children’s Bingo last Wednesday, 10th October. It was literally a full house. The children really created a very tense and exciting atmosphere. As you may know, ALL children’s events are FREE, funded by the PTA. The next event will be the Disco in the spring term, on Wednesday 13th February and I hope to see every St James child there, if possible.
Is anyone in the Christmas spirit yet? It has begun within the PTA kicking off with our amazing shopping evening. There will be stalls selling beautiful Christmas ornaments, jewellry and gifts as well as pamper sessions where you can relax and have a manicure. Please contact Sam Taylor to book a slot at email@example.com This is a fabulous chance to start your Christmas shopping for others, for yourself or simply come and enjoy the ambience. The bar will be open and Christmas jingles will be playing.
There will be two mufti days leading up to the Christmas Fair, providing a chance for the children to come into school in their own clothes in exchange for a voluntary donation. This is usually bottles and cakes, although cold hard cash is always gratefully received. These days are Friday 30th November and Friday 7th December.
The CHRISTMAS FAIR, with Father Christmas in attendance, will be on Friday 7th December, from 4.30pm.
The next grown-up event, and I use the term loosely, is Stars in Their Eyes. This is a magical event, transforming people you see every day into popstars. The talent has to be seen to be believed. This will be held on Saturday 2nd February 2019. If you are interested in performing next year, please register your interest with Paul Judge. firstname.lastname@example.org
A reminder of the future school events:
Shopping Evening Thursday 8th November. School hall from 7.30pm
Mufti Days Friday 30th November and Friday 7th December
Christmas Fair Friday 7th December. School hall. 4.30pm to 6.30pm
Stars in Their Eyes Saturday 2nd February 2018 in the Village Hall