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Harold Hill pupils enjoy Santa’s Grotto and reindeer at Christmas fete

PUBLISHED: 15:00 10 December 2018

Children and staff at Dycorts School enjoying their Christmas fete. Children feeding the reindeer.

Children and staff at Dycorts School enjoying their Christmas fete. Children feeding the reindeer.

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A special needs school in Harold Hill said its first Christmas fete was a resounding success for all the pupils and families that came for the festive afternoon.

Children and staff at Dycorts School enjoying their Christmas fete. Ahmed, Mujahid, Aabid and Jacob get to meet Santa and his elvesChildren and staff at Dycorts School enjoying their Christmas fete. Ahmed, Mujahid, Aabid and Jacob get to meet Santa and his elves

Dycorts School in Settle Road organised a special Christmas fete on Thursday, December 6.

Guests enjoyed live reindeer, a visit from Father Christmas in Santa’s Grotto with his two helpers, and Disney princesses including Cinderella, Belle and Elsa.

Children and staff at Dycorts School enjoying their Christmas fete. Isabella, Bailey, Chloe and Jasmine get to know the Princesses.Children and staff at Dycorts School enjoying their Christmas fete. Isabella, Bailey, Chloe and Jasmine get to know the Princesses.

Karen Warner, teaching assistant at the school, told the Recorder: “It was very successful the children loved it. The reindeer were very popular as the children wanted to take them home with them.

“All of the children made their own stall and designed their own game, so it wasn’t only store bought items on sale.

“We just want to say a big thank to you all of the staff who worked really hard to make it happen.”

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