CAFOD - 'Give It Up' Appeal
Our school council has hailed this campaign as very successful. Erin (Year 5) explained, "We have been able to raise lots of money this year as we were able to see all the fishes on the display and which class were collecting the most."
There were 30 collective class fish and a fantastic 37 individual rainbow fish on display!
Year 5 were presented with a Headteacher's Award and also a School Council certificate for donating the most money to the cause! They collected an amazing 14 red class fish and 10 rainbow fish. Well Done!
Easter Raffle - drawn 5th April - Congratulations to all our winners! Thank you to those who were able to donate a prize.
Anna - Nursery - Chick/egg
Lewis - Nursery - Large egg
Kate - Rec - Rabbit Book/Chocolate Rabbit
Lily - Year 1 - Easter hat kit/egg
Abigail - Year 3 - Large Egg
Isla - Year 4 - Easter Activity Hamper
Eniola - Year 4 - Small egg
Oliver - Year 5 - Large egg
Gracie - Year 6 - Large egg
Kenzie - Year 6 - Large Egg
Congratulations to Emma Year 3 who was the winner of our fantastic Mother's Day Pamper Hamper! The ticket was picked out by Mrs Freer who oversaw the draw.
Now it's time for the children's Easter Raffle!
Prizes include an Easter Activity Hamper, a giant Easter Chick and Egg, a lovely rabbit book and Chocolate Rabbit and more.......
50p a ticket and raffle will be drawn Friday 5th April.
LENT- Cafod's 'Give it up' Challenge
This Lent our School Council have been involved in organising Cafod’s ‘Give It Up Challenge’.
Each member had the responsibility of choosing the colour of fish for their class and to report back to their class how their classmates can support the charity this Easter.
Each week the council members will count how much their class has donated in order to add ‘fish’ to the whole school display.
Cafod's 'Give It Up' Challenge Update 22/3/19- We are doing fantastically well at giving things up for Lent! Lot's of people have written about what the have given up in our School Council book. Chocolate, i pads and even teddy bears have been given up for Lent.
Our display is quickly becoming covered in coloured 'fish' from all the classes and they are 28 'Rainbow Fish' displayed in the foyer from children who have donated £2.50 by giving something up. Well done everyone, keep it up!
“We walk in the footsteps of Jesus so that we may have life in all its fullness”