FAIRGROUND games, a bouncy castle and a children’s entertainer were among the attractions at the summer fair at Rupert House School in Henley.
Children and their families enjoyed the fun in the grounds of the Bell Street school.
Some pupils ran stalls including hook-a-duck and a shooting gallery, while teachers were put in the stocks and had wet sponges thrown at them.
There was an inflatable assault course in the playground while refreshments including home-made cakes were served indoors.
The event is organsed every year by the Friends of Rupert House and raises money for the independent school.
Headteacher Clare Lynas said: “It’s a fantastic social occasion which helps raise funds for all our projects. It brings the school together and even the parents enjoy the fun.”