St Giles, the special school on Pampisford Road for pupils with physical disabilities, complex medical needs and learning difficulties, aged from 4 to 19, is staging its annual Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 15, from noon to 3pm, and is hoping to attract a record number of visitors.
For everyone at St Giles School the Family Fun Day is so important as it not only brings the local community into the school, but it also helps to raise much-needed funds. This year’s Fun Day will launch the school’s campaign to raise money to provide accessible outside learning activities for all its pupils.
Held in the school grounds, the Family Fun Day offers popular children’s attractions, as well as an appearance by HM Armed Forces, the Fire Brigade and there will be a DJ playing through the afternoon.
There will also be attractions for children, plus a variety of stalls, games and activities.
There will be refreshments including a barbeque, a tea and cake stand and ice cream. Entry is free for children. Donations on the door.
- For further information please contact Maree Oxnard in the St Giles School Office on 0208 680 2141 (note that May 27-31 is half-term week).
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