Today was ‘Jeans for Genes’ day when staff and pupils alike chose to come to school wearing their jeans and to donate £1 or more towards the excellent work of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children. Years 5 and 6 spent today having fun at Gilwell and so were […]
A huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who supported their children in the recent sponsored Danceathon. A truly amazing sum of £1001.15 (to date) was raised for the work of the NSPCC. Today, Ruth from the NSPCC returned to school to thank the children for their efforts and told approximately 200 […]
Please donate in Lollipop Pete’s memory to http://www.isabelhospice.org.uk/helping-us/make_a_donation to support the work of the wonderful Isabel Hospice, who cared for Pete so well during his last weeks. As a school we will be doing this also.
Children enjoyed fundraising for DementiaUK. The prizes included: Sweets in the jar: Emily Dainty – Reception; Louis Reeves –Year 1. Name the teddy: Jasmine Anzalone – Reception; Roxie Cleaver – Year 5. We do not have a total yet because we hope to boost it further by inviting you to […]
Thank you for your Red Nosed Generosity which raised £192.16 for children less fortunate than our own.
Friday 14th February was designated as ourUNICEF Day for Change. Assembly enabled the children to reflect upon the impact of climate and poverty upon educational opportunity and that whilst a good education is actually a right of all children throughout the world, so many are denied this passport to a […]
Thanks you for your amazing generosity which, through the retiring collections (along with the collection taken at the choir carol singing in Hoddesdon) raised a phenomenal £488.34 to be split equally in supporting the work of Keech Cottage Children’s Hospice and ‘Sing for Syria’ raising money for Syrian Refugees.
Despite battling with illness of staff and pupils, the plays were a huge success. We expressed our thanks at the time to all those involved in making the performances such a memorable experience for our children. Thanks too, to you, for your amazing generosity which, through the retiring collections (along […]
We are delighted to inform you that at the same time as having fun, our non-uniform raised a wonderful £193.50 for Children in Need.
Today has been our fifth annual Friendship Fun Day. In addition to wearing non-uniform in exchange for a donation towards the work of ‘Save the Children’, our children are all enjoying friendship-based games. These have included board games, k-nex and traditional playground games with children in other year groups, as […]