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Christmas Fair stalls

18 Dec 2019

On Friday 6th December, we held our Christmas Fair in school. The children in Class 4 were in charge of designing and hosting the games for the other children. The children worked in small groups to design their stall; they had to think about a range of factors, including how they would ensure that they would make a profit. 

The children were really responsible and did a wonderful job with their stalls. All the children in School were very well entertained. 

At the end, the children had to count up the money they had made minus their float and outgoings to calculate their profit. All stalls made a profit and were a real success. 

The stall which made the most profit was the hair, nails and tattoo stall which made £55.32, and in second place was the cup stacking stall which made £37.80. In total, Class 4 made more than £200 for School.


 

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 
 
 
 

 

 
 

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