Charity and Courageous Advocacy

Our pupils regularly demonstrate their ability to empathise and make a small sacrifice to benefit others.  We learn about what it means to belong to our local and global community and the sense of responsibility that comes with belonging.

Our school curriculum and community actively embrace our responsibility, respect and compassion towards the world in which we live.  Together we consider the splendour and fragility of our environment and the impact of the actions we take.

Have a look at some of the ways in which we show our connection with, and care for our world and the people who live in it.

We supported Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day and we raised £50.

We support the annual Children in Need appeal every year.  This year we wore our PJ’s or onesies into school, held a cake sale, had a raffle and built Pudsey’s out of pennies.  We raised £195.

We support the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal every year.

We helped our PTFA raise £200 by helping to bag pack at a local supermarket.

We raised money for sports 4 champions by taking part in different sponsored sporting activities run by a former GB high jumper.  This will help future GB athletes.

We’ve grown our own pumpkins from scratch!

We supported Cancer Research with our own Race for Life and raised just over £50!

The older pupils lobbied the government to introduce a Return Deposit Scheme for plastic bottles in the UK to help reduce the amount of plastic waste.