Ghyll Royd Ghoul enjoyed a fangtastic Halloween Day on Monday 2nd November. All years were invited to dress up in their spookiest costumes to enjoy a full day of Halloween fun, organised by the brilliant Ghyll Royd PTA.
Children arrived at school on Monday morning and discovered it covered in spider webs, pumpkins and creepy decor. Their lessons had terrifying twists on them including PE where Mr Wilce had each class run a wiggly worm across the school field, holding hands through the weaving track.
Over in the Forest Schools area, the PTA had set up a wickedly wonderful woodland trail full of riddles and clues leading to a treat! Mr Martin commented: “The level of detail and preparation gone into the whole day, but particularly the woodland trail, was unbelievable. Our Parent Teacher Association has a strong team of passionate volunteers wanting to make our events this year even more special! All the families and staff really appreciate how much work went into the event!”
For £5 each, the PTA Pumpkin passes granted you access to the woodland trail, a craft activity, a devilish dining experience at lunchtime and a sweet treat from the witches brew. The PTA raised £405 which will go towards our playground monkey bar fundraiser!
Thank you so much to the PTA for making the day such a brilliant success! To see more photos from the Halloween Day, visit the PTA Facebook page.