Posh spend time at Gosberton House Academy at their annual Christmas fayre.

Last Friday, Peterborough United spent time at Gosberton House near Spalding as the school held a Christmas fayre featuring a number of different challenges and stalls and mascot Peter Burrow was a hugely popular attraction, meeting the youngsters and having photographs throughout the stay.

The school had devised a game for the youngsters to participate in with a signed ball and match tickets up for grabs. Peter also met Father Christmas during his stay at the school.

Gosberton House Academy is a specialist primary school mainly for children with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder. A small number of places are taken by pupils with Sensory Needs and/or additional learning needs. The school provides a primary education for children with a range of specialist needs including learning, communication, sensory and social.

Press Officer Phil Adlam said: “We were invited to attend by staff at the school and it was a pleasure to be there. It was really inventive of the school to devise a game for the kids to play involving a lost carrot. Peter spent time visiting the classes, having photographs and showing off some of his dancing moves.”