Family fun day raises £1,500 for Royston school’s new outdoor classroom

PUBLISHED: 17:20 26 September 2017

Children enjoyed the family fun day in aid of St Mary's Primary School's new outdoor classroom. Picture: St Mary's

Children enjoyed the family fun day in aid of St Mary's Primary School's new outdoor classroom. Picture: St Mary's


The Friends of St Mary’s Catholic Primary School have organised a family fun day which included bouncy castles, a visit from a fire engine and art and craft activities.

On the day there was also a dance display by Lyndsey Britton’s School of Dance.

Headteacher Mrs Pearce said: “Everyone had a great time and we would like to thank all of those who came to join us and also all of the volunteers who gave up a lot of their time to organise such a wonderful event.”

The fun day raised £1,500 which will go towards resourcing the school’s new outdoor classroom.


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