Springston School Craft Day Notice 2016

 

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Springston School Craft Day 4  March  2016   Please note: All entries will be taken to your child’s classroom. They will be displayed and judged from there. HOME ENTRIES These will be prepared in advance at home and brought to school on the morning of craft day and taken to the classroom. Children may have a maximum of 2 entries in each of these sections, but it is not compulsory. Start planning your exhibits now. Photographs Cooking (these should be taken by your child) People 1 photo only Places 1 photo only Things 1 photo only Creative Photography 1 photo only Craft Technology Garden Produce (grown by children) Unbaked Treat Litter Free Lunch Box 3 decorated wine (plain) biscuits Food Art (must include one slice of bread) Entry Paper Craft and Sculptures (3 Dimensional) Paintings and Drawings (2 Dimensional) Scrapbook Page Creative Craft (e.g. jewellery, wool and materials, ‘odd bods’) Technology Year 7/8 Vegetables Metal/Wood Construction (e.g. Lego / meccano) Large Project (e.g. go cart) Flowers Fruit Preserves forms for the above categories will be given out to the children the day before. These can be completed at home and brought back with entries. MARKET STALLS In the afternoon of Craft Day there is an opportunity for each child and/or siblings to run a Market Stall. The items must be MADE by the children (with the support of their family) to sell at the market. Things may include jewellery, handcrafts, food items etc. but not second hand items like books, toys etc. You must sign up by Friday 26th of February. You will need to go to Routeburn Learning Space where the Year 7/8’s will book a space for your stall. There will be a maximum of 10 food stalls – first in, first served! The bookings will start on the morning of Tuesday 23 February. There will be a 25% donation, per stallholder, to the school from sales with the money raised going towards the playground. The children will be given time to set up their stall. No market stall will be allowed to be set up if a space has not been prebooked. You must bring an appropriate table or display for your stall. The Market Stalls will be running from 2:00pm – 2:30pm and this is when everybody will have an opportunity to buy items from the Market Stalls.

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SCHOOL ENTRIES The novelty and flower arrangements section need to be completed at school on the morning of craft day. The children need to bring to school everything they will need to complete these tasks. It is compulsory for children to have at least 1 entry from the Novelty section and 1 entry from the Flower Arrangement section and will create these entries in the morning at school. The sections are: Novelty   Creative Vege Frivolous Fruit Eggy Adventures Crafty Recycling - Bottles and Tins Flower Arrangement Super Sand Saucer Shades of Green Bouquet Mini / Unusual container Nature Sculpture Entry forms for the Novelty and the Flower Arrangement sections will be in your child’s classroom and will be filled in after their entry has been completed. Points from both the home entries and the school entries go towards House Group Points and a Craft Day cup awarded at the whole school final assembly for the year. Show  you  care.     Make  and  donate  a  cake  for  our  cake   stall  to  sell  and  raise  money  for  our   amazing  playground.         Parent Section Parent Section Programme for the day … 8:30 - 9:00 9.15 – 10.30 10.30 – 11:00 11.00 - 12.00 12.00 - 12.30 12.30 – 1.30 1:30 – 2:00 2:00 – 2:30 2:30 – 3:00 Children arrive at school and take their entries into their classroom Flower and Novelty entries made, classroom activities and set up First Break House Group Activities Second Break Classroom Viewing (classes timetabled for viewing) Market Stalls Set up by children Selling and Family viewing time Children go back to own classes to help pack up and collect crafts If you have any questions about the day, please ask any teacher, they will be happy to explain.

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