We do love Christmas at Fairlight.

  • Friday 1st December 2023: PTA SMALL SNUG AND WARM Christmas Fair- wear something warm to school- it might be a Christmas Jumper/ onesie or double socks!!!
  • Tuesday 5th December 2023: 9.00am Key Stage 1 Christmas Show- St Martins Church
  • Thursday 7th December 2023: 9.00am Key Stage 2 Christmas Show- St Martins Church
  • Friday 8th December 2023: SANTA DASH- The Level
  • Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th December 2023: Christmas Hamper Giving
  • Tuesday 12th December 2023: Reception Christmas Show- School Hall
  • Wednesday 13th December 2023: Christmas Dinner Day- Wear your Christmas Jumper to School

Lapland Round the Level 2023



Christmas is a time of giving. And at Fairlight we have a tradition where people bring in items (similar to Harvest) and we use these items to make up Hampers for those who may need a helping hand over Christmas.

It is our aim this year to make 20 of these special Hampers.

The items people bring in range from food that might be useful over the Christmas period, gloves, hats and other items such as toiletries. Or toys or gifts that could be given at Christmas.

We will be accepting any donations on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th in the playground at the start of the day.

Then the Fairlight Christmas Elves will be making up the Hampers and arranging for them to be collected or delivered.

Thank you in advance for everyone who takes part in this.

I know for many it might be a tough time of year and it shows the true Christmas spirit that people are thinking of others. 


Many of our Christmas events and shows are held at St Martin's Church.

We use this amazing venue as it allows us to hold just one event and be able to invite everyone in the family. We would never be able to do this if we did the show in the hall. We would have to do tickets and restrict numbers etc. All of which doesn't feel very Chrsitmassy.

It does however mean we only get one practise beforehand in the venue and end up using a range of equipment and systems. Parents have offered to play music and support with this (thank you for that) however we like to keep it simple and rustic and involve the children in different roles. 

We are joined by children and families who come from a range of backgrounds and religions who are made extremely welcome at St Martins (many other faiths actually worship in the church) however we are aware that some do not want to attend.

If you do not want your child to attend the Christmas events in St Martins Church on religious grounds then please speak to your child's classteacher and inform them of your reasons.

As I have said all faiths and all children are welcome to join us and often do. 

Santa is coming to Brighton

And to travel around Brighton he goes by bus. 

Track where he is to see if he passes by your house so that you can go and give him a wave!!

Santa Dash Sponsor Form

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Key Stage 2 Christmas Songs