Total charity amount to date: £1,584.96
We chose to support another local charity instead of the national Red Nose Day campaign for Comic Relief. We wore red and raised an amazing £406.61 for Autism Bedfordshire. Thank you so much for your generosity, as always!!
To mark the end of Children's Mental Health Week, and to shine a light on the issue of mental health, we wore our brightest clothes, and made donations to CHUMS, a brilliant Bedfordshire based charity that supports children and young people who are suffering from bereavement, trauma and loss.
We were so proud to have raised a wonderful £403.48 for this awesome local charity!!
We donned our Christmas jumpers and our festive party clothes to raise funds for Keech Hospice Care, and collected an amazing £371.12 for this fabulous local charity. Thank you, and Merry Christmas!!
We dressed in our spotty clothes for the day and raised a fabulous £403.75 for this national charity event.
Total Charity Fundraising: £1761.37
With the continuing restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic, fundraising proved to be a bit of a challenge again this year. But, we were fortunate enough to be involved in Keech Hospice's Big Trunk Trail, and all our fundraising this academic year went to the Keech as a local charity.
To see more about the Big Trunk Trail, please click on the link below...
Total Charity Fundraising: £1944.92
Total School Fundraising: £1043.07
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic causing so much disruption to the school year, we still managed to raise an impressive amount of money for various charities including: The Royal British Legion, Children in Need, the Luton & Dunstable Helipad Appeal, the NSPCC and Sport Relief.
The money raised for the School fund was put towards further improvements to the Year R outdoor play area.
Total Charity Fundraising £2296.85
Total School Fundraising £2386.54
The charities we fundraised for this year were: Luton Foodbank, Autism Bedfordshire, Brain Tumour Research, Comic Relief, Save the Children, Children in Need, and the Royal British Legion.
The money raised for the School Fund went towards improving the Outdoor Play area in Year R. This was an area identified by OFSTED in December 2018.