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FOKE Halloween Disco - Thursday 2nd November 2017

posted 18 Oct 2017, 08:42 by Linn Hoggins
This is just the second year our amazing and volunteer members of FOKE have given up their time to organise and run a Halloween disco for our fantastic children!  The office and FOKE have been overwhelmed for the demand for tickets!

There are a number of factors FOKE have to take into consideration when organising any events for our children in school; such as health and safety, adults to children ratios, the number of staff available that night to support. These factors determined the number of tickets which FOKE were able to make available for school to sell.

However, as demand has been so incredibly high, and to prevent our lovely children from being disappointed, we have been in contact since yesterday morning to see if we might be able to work together as a school community to be able to offer some additional tickets in response to the demand.

Therefore on behalf of FOKE and myself, we are appealing for any parents who may be able to support our wonderful FOKE team, to join them and available staff in supporting this Halloween event!

If there is anyone else who could offer their time to help, we would appreciate any potential support.  Anyone able to join the FOKE team from 2pm until 5pm for the KS1 disco or 5pm until 6.30pm for the KS2 disco, please will you let us know, to help with the setting up, tidying up and preparing for the KS2 event afterwards.

If we are able to secure enough helpers to support FOKE, it may possible for an additional number of tickets to be available.

If you can commit to offering your time, please complete the online form below by tomorrow at 9am.  The deadline is to enable us to make a quick decision moving forward for our children.

It would be wonderful if as a community you could respond to this unprecedented and unexpected demand, by joining the dedicated and voluntary FOKE team and staff.  This may enable some more tickets to be made available so that we can prevent any of our children being disappointed!

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