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On Saturday 4 July 2015, Farnham Heath End School attended the annual Hale Carnival. Members of the public were able to have a go at the ‘Lolly Lucky Dip’, ‘Splat the Rat’, a football penalty shootout which measured the speed of the shot in miles per hour and the highlight of the day, in partnership with local company FootBubball, Football Zorbs.
All funds raised from the Farnham Heath End School stalls are going to The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA) through the ‘Bradley Hooper Challenge 2015’, which is aiming to raise money through sports competitions within schools across Hampshire.
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance has been flying and saving lives since 1 July 2007, funded only through donations. It is vital that the charity receives donations as the Air Ambulance costs approximately £125,000 per month to maintain which is roughly £4,000 per day. Through the money Farnham Heath End School have raised at Hale Carnival, it will help to enable the HIOWAA to fly 365 days per year.
Overall, the weather was on our side and the FHES stalls were very popular, while the main entertainment was the 5 a side games of ‘FootBubball’ in the main arena which proved to be very popular. The stalls were run by some very willing Year 10 students and without their help the day wouldn’t have been such a success. It is also important to thank all of the staff who were there to support, especially Mrs Kemp who organised the ‘FootBubball’ which certainly was the main attraction.
Currently the total raised at Hale Carnival stands at £330, with a charity cake sale on Monday 13 July to hopefully add more to this total.
On 26th June we held our annual Sports Day.
On Monday 29th June Year 7 students visited the Globe Theatre.
On 25th June Textiles students visted the New Designers Show at the Business Design Centre.
You will be aware that the weather is due to get hotter over the rest of this week, therefore I have decided that for the rest of this week we will allow students to wear their PE shorts should they wish to do so. They should continue to wear their blue polo shirts or their PE shirt if they do not have a blue polo shirt along with trainers and/or sandals.
On 18th June we held our Year 11 GCSE Art Exhbition.