Cavalry Primary School pupils put on their own Christmas Market

PUBLISHED: 09:29 27 November 2014 | UPDATED: 09:29 27 November 2014

Some of the cakes on offer.

Some of the cakes on offer.

A group of pupils put on their own Christmas Market for the whole school to enjoy.

Making a 'Santa- stop here!' sign.Making a 'Santa- stop here!' sign.

Year 5 and 6 pupils at Cavalry Primary School in March left no stone unturned - there was a range of stalls, raffles, draws, tombolas, games, refreshments, cakes, biscuits, Christmas activities and more.

Younger children also paid a visit to Santa in the grotto and had a photograph taken with him.

The stalls raised more than £800, which will be spent on playground equipment.

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