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We would like to thank all the children, their families and friends, who so generously support our fundraising activities. Last academic year alone, we raised over £1600 for charity including Jeans for Genes; Haiti Appeal; The Brain Tumour Charity; Catholic Truth Society (which included donating to victims of Grenfell Tower); CAFOD and Barnardos. This would not be possible without the on-going generosity and support of the whole school community.
We are delighted to announce a grand total of £900 has been raised to enable us to twin 15 of our toilets. Thank you for supporting this very worthy cause.
On Friday 22nd September 2017 – Supporting children born with genetic illnesses, we managed to raise £102.
Happy School Bag is a multi-beneficial scheme which allows schools and organisations to easily raise funds through collecting unwanted clothing. It also helps the environment by diverting textile waste from landfill sites for reuse or recycling.
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Remember, the more you collect, the more our school will get. For example, the first time we used the service, in March 2016, the school received a cheque for over fifty pounds.
Catholic Children’s Society: £150 – this including raising money for the victims of Grenfell Tower
Big Toddle in 2016 had an animal focus whereby all the children dressed up in animal outfits. We raised a grand total of £310 for Barnardo’s.
In September 2016 we raised £76 for Jeans for Genes. Thanks to everyone for supporting this charity which helps children born with genetic illnesses.
On Friday February 12th all of KS2 took part in a sponsored dodge ball tournament to raise money for charity. The chosen charity was the British Heart Foundation which was appropriate given the recent illness of Miss Mills who we all wish a speedy recovery. At the final count the children had raised an amazing £500. Our thanks go out to all the children and all the families who sponsored them.