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Chance to ‘slime a teacher’ helps raise £2,700 at St Michael’s summer fayre





A chance to “slime a teacher” proved popular at St Michael’s Church of England primary’s summer fayre.

Despite a damp start, the festivities at the school in Apton Road, Bishop’s Stortford, helped raise £2,700 for funds.

Attractions included inflatables, a coconut shy, soccer shootout, teddy tombola and grand raffle as well as a host of stalls.

Slimed, slimed and slimed again
Slimed, slimed and slimed again

The event was organised by the school’s parent-teacher association. Spokeswoman Helen Hays said: “Slime the teacher was a huge success. We also enjoyed musical performances by the children, Chinese dragon dancing and performances by Stortford Cheerleaders.”

The fete was compered by the team from Harlow Hospital Radio and the headline sponsor was Russell Property, the estate agent with offices in Bishop’s Stortford and Stansted.

Helen added: “Thank you to everyone who took part and supported our school.”

Inflatable fun
Inflatable fun
Sliming the teacher was a huge success
Sliming the teacher was a huge success
Inflatable slide adds fun
Inflatable slide adds fun
St Michael's students sing for fayre visitors
St Michael's students sing for fayre visitors
Chinese dragon dancing at St Michael's summer fayre
Chinese dragon dancing at St Michael's summer fayre
Slimed!
Slimed!
Parents take a turn in the stocks at St Michael's Church of England Primary School in Bishop's Stortford
Parents take a turn in the stocks at St Michael's Church of England Primary School in Bishop's Stortford

All pictures by St Michael’s Church of England Primary School’s parent-teacher association.



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