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Save the Children – Christmas Jumper Day

As a school we have raised £221.14 for Save the Children as part of their Christmas Jumper Day.  Thank you to all of those who have made a donation, either in school or via the website.  If you would still like to donate, please do so via the website address:

Click here to see the photographs of us wearing our Christmas Jumpers in school.

You can watch the ‘Thank You’ message we received by clicking here.



Early Years Campaign

The children in Early Years held a coffee morning to raise money for gorillas in Uganda linked to the work they had completed on endangered animals.  Parents and carers were invited in to school to share a cup of Gorilla Conservation Coffee, banana muffins made by the children and complete craft activities with their children.  A wonderful £121.33 was raised and sent to help the gorillas in Uganda.

Please click here to see photos from the event.

Please find below a message of thanks from Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka.

Year 1 Campaign

During their topic ‘Where in the world?’ Year 1 looked at the homes of children living in Favelos, Sao Paulo, Brazil and how they were different to the homes they live in.  The children decided that the children in Brazil where not having their right to a safe place to live in met. (Article 27)  The children decided to make posters to raise awareness of a child’s right to live in a safe place and the homeless charity ‘Shelter’.

Please click here to see some of the children creating their posters.


Fairtrade Fortnight

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In support of Fairtrade Fortnight (27th February until 12th March), we invited parents and families to have breakfast with their children in the week beginning 6th March.A special thank you to Steve at Norton Cooperative Food for donating Fairtrade products in support of our breakfast.

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In December 2014, £48.80 was raised by holding a coffee morning with our parents. MacMillian are a source of support, helping with all the things that people affected by cancer want and need. They give so much more than medical help.