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Bitham Brook Primary School

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FOBBS Easter Fayre

We are very much looking forward to the FOBBS Easter Fayre that will be taking place on Friday 31st March 2023 at 3.15pm, and we hope that many of you will be able to join us. The Easter fayre will include a number of stalls and fun activates for the children to take part in. There will be a chocolate tombola, Easter trail, and the Easter bonnet competition and parade to name a few.


The event will take place in the main school playground, with stalls situated under the shelters outside of the classrooms. The school gates will open as normal at 3.05pm to allow parents/carers to collect their children from school. The rear gate situated by the school field, and the year 1 gate situated at the main school entrance will then be locked at 3.25pm. The front gate situated at the bike sheds will remain open for the duration of the fayre to allow people to enter and exit the event. Please note that there will be no access to toilets during the fayre.


We need to make you aware that as the front gate will remain open for the duration of the event, the site will not be secure and therefore we cannot accommodate unsupervised children. Children wishing to attend the fayre must be accompanied by a parent or carer and remain the responsibility of the parent/carer for the duration of the event. We would also like to note that in terms of safety, children are not permitted access to the play equipment situated in the school playground. If your child has permission to walk home alone from school, they will be released from school as normal. If they wish to attend the fayre, they must do so by returning to school with a responsible adult.


If your child wishes to take part in the Easter bonnet competition, they should bring their bonnets to school with them on Friday morning. If they wish to take part in the Easter bonnet parade, they should report to the netball court straight after being released from their class at the end of the school day. We would like to take this opportunity to gently remind parents and carers that they should not take or share any photos or videos that contain any children other than their own.


Thank you for your continued support