This term we’ve staged various fundraising activities for our chosen charity. This year is The Snowdrop Project, a Sheffield-based charity that provides long-term support to survivors of human trafficking. Here’s what our pupils, teachers and parent supporters have been up to.
- NSPCC number day, children were asked to come in non uniform and wear something with numbers on. Children donated £1
- We held a science day in Junior school and children had the opportunity to take part in a poster competition. They were asked to create a poster of scientists or engineers at work, they donated £1 and the winners won a prize. All money donated went to The Snowdrop Project.
- For Red Nose Day children were allowed to come in non uniform but had to wear something red. They brought in £2 and every child received a red nose. A child in Pre School was lucky enough to get the rare Cam the Chameleon red nose.
- Cake sales have been taking place on the first Friday of every month. Year groups take it in turns to bring in cakes and the children buy them for 50p. All money raised goes to The Snowdrop Project.
- On our last day of term we are having an Easter bonnet and Easter egg decorating competition. EYFS and KS 1 are invited to decorate an Easter bonnet, these are going to be judged by Mr Hicks during an Easter bonnet parade. KS2 are invited to decorate a hard boiled egg/eggs, this will also be judged by Mr Hicks. It is £1 to enter and all money raised will go to The Snowdrop Project.
- Eric Ivanov (Y6) has been selling Ukrainian friendship ribbons for 3 weeks now in school. He’s already raised circa £700 – donated to Red Cross to help with the humanitarian issues in The Ukraine. WOW!!!!