Woodbury headteacher reflects on fete
THE HEADTEACHER of Woodbury Primary School hailed the success of a fete which took place last weekend. Nigel Tancock said staff, parents and children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and one of the fair s main features was an event which mirrored the theme o
THE HEADTEACHER of Woodbury Primary School hailed the success of a fete which took place last weekend.
Nigel Tancock said staff, parents and children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and one of the fair's main features was an event which mirrored the theme of the television show Britain's Got Talent.
Pupils performed singing and dancing acts and were assessed by a panel of judges.
Mr Tancock added: "The fair's success was a testament to how well the school has performed this year.
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"Fairs tend to be held outside but because bad weather was forecast, we decided to hold most of its features indoors.
"When rain did hold off during the day, children were able to use the bouncy castle we had which was nice.
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