Sibford School is expanding its annual Open Day for 2016 to include a traditional Country Fair.
Visitors to the event, which takes place on Saturday 18 June, will be able to enjoy a variety of craft and trade stalls selling items such as hand-carved kitchen ware; pottery; local honeys, preserves and oils; and luxury picnic blankets. In addition, there will be refreshment stalls, a climbing wall and bungee run.
The 2016 event will be the last Open Day for Sibford Head, Michael Goodwin, who will be retiring in July after being at the school for 12 years.
“Open Day is always a fantastic family occasion which enables us to showcase the many talents of our wonderful pupils,” said Michael. “However, this year, thanks to our parent committee, it promises to be an even bigger event. I am also delighted that my successor, Toby Spence, and his family will be joining us for the day.”
Sibford Open Day and Country Fair is open to parents of prospective pupils together with parents of current pupils, friends of the school, former staff, old scholars and the community at large.
The theme for 2016 is ‘Explore!’ and the day will start at 9.30am with a special celebratory performance featuring music and drama students. Exhibitions, demonstrations and displays will run from 10.30am and there will be a talk for parents of prospective pupils and their families at 11am. The Country Fair will run from 10.00am ~ 2pm.
Click HERE to view programme of events.