This year, as part of the Harvest Fayre, we are holding a themed scarecrow competition. The scarecrows must depict a character/scene from a popular family film.
How will it work?
If you would like to take part in the festival you need to make a scarecrow (maximum 1m wide by 2m tall) and display it in your front garden (if you live outside the village or if your front garden is not visible, either ask a friend if they will display the scarecrow or let us know and you could display it at school) Scarecrows need to be completed and in place by Friday 8th September. We will then create a trial map that people can follow to view the entries.
How do I register?
Register that you will be entering a scarecrow by Thursday 7th September, by completing and returning the attached entry form (copies are available from the school office), to the school. This will help us to create the trial map in advance of the fayre.
When do I put up my scarecrow?
Make your scarecrow (working on it over the summer break would be a great idea) and put it up at the site registered on the entry form by 10am on Friday 8th September. Please leave it up until 4pm on Saturday 16th September so that as many people as possible can appreciate your creativity.
What happens on the day?
Trail maps and forms for the competition (at a cost of £2 each) will be available from Monday 11th September, from PTA representatives on the playground before and after school.
People following the trail will need to guess the name of the film being depicted by the scarecrow and will vote for their favourite. The winners will be announced at the Harvest Fayre on Satruday 16th September.