IN very exciting news, Selly Oak Nursery School is holding our Christmas Fayre for the first time in three years on Friday, November 25th (3.30pm to 5.30pm).
Current and formers parents as well as the local community are invited to join in the festive fun at the Fayre.
Children will meet Santa in his Grotto and have their face painted, while there will also be lots of lovely stalls selling tasty cakes and international food. As well as this, there will be games, a raffle, as well as pocket money and craft stalls.
The Fayre is a major fundraising event for the School and generates much-needed money to help pay for resources which enhance our children's learning. We understand that times are extremely hard because of the cost of living crisis, but any support makes a huge difference to the pupils under our care.
Most importantly, after several years of being unable to gather together it would be lovely to catch up with parents and former pupils to find out how they are all getting on and share some Christmas cheer. Admission is £1 per adult but children enter the festival for free.
We've been bowled over by the generosity and support of parents, governors, and local businesses. Governor Maureen Regan has made a fantastic Christmas Cake, which will be raffled off as a prize at the Fayre.