Hello! The PTA for Harrison Primary School is called the HSA (Harrison School Association). We are a group of volunteers, consisting of parents, governors, teachers, staff and community members that have an interest in raising funds for the school and organising events for the children and community. We are a friendly bunch and are always looking for ideas and volunteers for future events.
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Annual Christmas Fair
Friday 7th December, 3:30-5:30 pm Come and join in the Christmas fun at our annual Christmas Fair. This year we are looking to make our fair bigger and better than ever.
We have taken on board the feedback we received in the end of term survey and will be bringing more games and activities for your little ones, as well as including the old favourites. There will be your chance to visit Santa’s grotto, refreshments, face painting, rafﬂes and games. We will also be inviting in some outside stalls selling Christmas and children’s gifts.
Volunteer on the Day
The fair cannot run without an army of volunteers so if you can help on the day either setting up (we are on site from 9am) or during the fair itself, then please get in contact.
Bake a Cake
The cake sale is always a crowd pleaser. If you would like to provide some baked goods (sweet or savoury) please sign up in the office from 26th November. Shop bought cakes are also gratefully received.
We are looking for unwanted gifts, cuddly toys, books or other items. Alternatively if you work for a company that would be able to donate please let us know. We will happily promote companies that donate.
On the day of the fair children are welcome to come to school in non-uniform. Instead of donating money for dressing down we ask they bring an item that ﬁts the category of their year group:
Year R - Chocolates
Years 1 & 2 - Sweets
Years 3 & 4 - Toiletries
Years 5 & 6 - Bottles (non-alcoholic)
These items are then used on our Tombola and Hoopla stalls on the day. The items do not have to cost loads, we suggest around the £1 mark.