When Monday rang a bell: New cycle shelters opened
There was a noisy welcome for Alton Mayor, Pam Jones who officially opened Eggar’s brand new cycle shelters on Monday morning, May 9th. Many students cycled to school ringing their bells as they approached the impressive new home for their bikes. The first 50 cyclists won a helmet lock and enjoyed a delicious free breakfast. There was also a Highway Code competition with more prizes to be won.
There are two cycle shelters in different parts of the school, one for 10 and one for 40 bikes. The larger shelter is lockable with a key code entry system. The school secured funding from Hampshire County Council by taking part in online travel to school surveys.
It's been another busy month! Catch up on what we've been up to in the latest Eggar's Update! https://t.co/R2Mr9NM1r5. #WeAreEggars 3:39 PM - 21 Oct 2021
For Years 7-10, it's non-uniform day Thursday 21 October to support TEABAG! Please donate £1 via Scopay 'Teabag Non School Uniform' or via https://t.co/X0smOnKLwH. THANKYOU! #WeAreEggars 5:36 PM - 20 Oct 2021
Mrs Hustler joined the growing band of Eggar's staff who have been raising money! She took part in the Great South Run on Sunday raising funds for the amazing Simon Says Child Bereavement Support charity. You can still donate here: https://t.co/zQ0ueCaBXj. #WeAreEggars https://t.co/SbeaVQMtak 4:53 PM - 19 Oct 2021