Over £2250 raised for charity in the autumn term
Once again students and staff came together to raise funds for a variety of charities and good causes in the autumn term. Over £400 was generated for ALS (Motor Neurone Disease) and Year 7 raised an amazing £424 for Cancer Research by organising the biggest cake sale the school has ever seen.
A special well done to Caitlin Brown who raised £40 for the Royal British Legion through the sale of her crochet poppies and Amelia Cooper who made £122.83 for Phyllis Tuckwell through a cake stall. This year a total of £1268.29 was raised for Children in Need ‘Wear Spots Raise Lots’, through a non-uniform day, ”Put a spot on Pudsey bear” and a staff tug of war.
Mr Bufton: Cycling for Dementia. Our Year 8 Progress Leader is aiming to raise £500 for the Dementia Trust by cycling an amazing 250 miles in January! https://t.co/ieT0hXF3KF Any contribution would be very welcome. #HopefullyNoPunctures #KeepWarm https://t.co/3gqOTHvclB 4:55 PM - 08 Jan 2021
We are seeking adult volunteers to assist in our rapid mass testing drive and help to keep our whole community safe. If you feel that you might be able to help, please complete a quick expression of interest form here: https://t.co/xZNPp0uHoU More Info: https://t.co/Omowk1RFsh 11:37 AM - 19 Dec 2020