We support a variety of Charities. These amounts exclude our fund raising for Fair Trade.
September 2017 Macmillan Cancer we raised £112.10 by wearing green and biscuit sale organised by school council
Charities Week 2017
In June we raised £296.56 for Charities Week!
British Heart Foundation
In May we made £83.36 for the British Heart Foundation.
Wear it, Beat it 2017!
In June 2017 we made £88.50 for the British Heart Foundation.
In March 2017 we made £122 for Red Nose Day.
In February 2017 we raised £93.49 for the NSPCC.
Charities Week 2016
The Year 6 children raised an amazing £429.03 during their Charities week which will be split between Christian Aid, Blue Cross and Boroughbridge Communicare.
£150 for Jessie's Fund
£150 was taken in ticket money from our parents and their families for Teamstar's joint Christmas concert with Boroughbridge Community Choir. Teamstar is a club run in school every week who often sing at events and concerts around the community. Jessie's Fund is a charity dedicated to helping seriously ill and disabled children through the creative and therapeutic use of music. Based in York, Jessie’s Fund helps children all over the UK.
£186.60 for Macmillan Cancer
Macmillan Day was a non school uniform day where both children and staff wore green to represent the charity. School Council held a cake stall at playtime to also raise money for the charity.
£81 for Red, White and Blue Day
Red, White and Blue day was chosen because we as a school support the Armed Forces, and run a club every week for the service children in our school. We dressed up in red white and blue for the day and had great fun!
£153.53 for the Poppy Appeal
The Poppy Appeal was around Remembrance Day and we all dressed in red for the day to Remember those who died in the war. We also sold poppies and other merchandise for a week. We all took part in a Remembrance service and a Messy Church on Remembrance, where our work was displayed in the main corridor.
£21.60 for the Firefighters
The Firefighters charity was chosen as we as a school wanted to support our wider community and have done for many years. Each child was given a bag and and many donated old clothes to the charity.
£63.85 for both Children in Need and the NSPCC
Children in Need is a event we take place in every year, but this year we combined it with the NSPCC because of Anti Bullying week. School Council wanted to raise money for NSPCC and therefore we dressed in our pyjamas. School Council also held a fabulous friend competition and a poem competition for the whole school. The winners were given their certificates in Celebration Assembly.