On Friday 18th March pupils, parents and staff got baking and buying to raise over £800 for charity.
To celebrate their birthday one of our Year 2 pupils wanted to raise money to support child refugees and help the charity Safe Passage. The charity supports displaced and unaccompanied children seeking asylum.
The playground was decorated for the event with over a hundred colourful paper flowers which were made by pupils last week to celebrate women that inspire them as part of our International Women’s Day celebrations.
Children, teachers and parents enjoyed buying homemade baked goods in the front playground after school, and we couldn’t have been prouder of our school community for organising this event for such an important cause. Thank you to all that took part.
Photographs taken by our roving reporter for the afternoon, Emily in Year 6.