HIGHFIELD South Farnham School began the Christmas celebrations with a Christmas fair to remember.

The hall was packed full of festive fun for everyone with a wide range of stalls and activities.

The children enjoyed making Christmas decorations and gingerbread men cookies, while the parents enjoyed mulled wine and turkey and stuffing rolls.

Even Father Christmas and his elf took some time out from their busy schedule to meet the children in his magical grotto.

A particular highlight of the day was the ‘Christmas Bake Off’ with some spectacular entries from parents and staff. The winning cake was a stunning chocolate Christmas pudding made from Maltesers.

Headteacher Gregory West thanked everyone for their efforts and said: “The PTFA and school staff work tirelessly to give the children and families of Highfield such fun events all year round and it is lovely to see so many families coming together to kick off the festive season in style.”