Crafts, games…and Minions at the Enterprise Fair!

Yesterday the school held its first Enterprise Fair. What was initially planned as an activity for one class soon took off and was eagerly taken on by the whole school!

The Great Hall was filled with tables of crafts made by students including puzzles, jewellery, candle holders, stress balls and even Minion sweetie jars! Parents and carers joined us, making a bustling and exciting atmosphere, with everyone joining in with badge making, having their photo taken in the ‘photo booth’, and enjoying freshly made fruit kebabs.

The fair was an outstanding success and took a great deal of teamwork and planning by students prior to the event, alongside running the stalls on the day, which included some speedy mental arithmetic when dealing with sales. Looks like we have some budding entrepreneurs in our school!

Carew is an amazing school for our son, he now shines academically and his social skills are outstanding since being part of Carew.  Most of all they understand his needs and support him daily.

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