Rudolf Steiner School transformed for annual advent fair in Kings Langley

Watford Observer: School transformed for advent fair School transformed for advent fair

A Kings Langley school’s annual advent fair has been hailed a "huge success" by organisers.

The event was put on by The Parents, Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA) of the Rudolf Steiner School, in Langley Hill, and took place on Saturday.

Janey Etchell, on the PTFA, said: "It was a huge success. Craft and wellbeing stalls jostled alongside a chocolate fountain, a bagel bar and a continental café. There was live music everywhere and renowned storyteller Danyah Miller gave a performance of "I Believe in Unicorns" by Michael Morpurgo."

One classroom was transformed into an Alice in Wonderland themed Cookie House where visitors could enjoy cakes and cookies.

Other highlights of the day included a session of laughter yoga, a Santa’s Grotto and a "Gem mine" where children could dig for treasure.

Ms Etchell added: "The PTFA hope to have raised a large amount for the school and are grateful for staff and pupils who gave their time generously."


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