We raised £2937 for Children in Need today! Congratulations!
Full report and pictures to follow.
If have any more spare change bring it in Monday and we’ll see if we can make it to £3000!
On Tuesday staff had a coffee morning in the Home Economics Department. We enjoyed a fabulous range of home baked cakes (which made Great British Bake Off look amateur in comparison) and teas and coffees served by year 10 Home Economics students.
There was also a raffle with some fantastic prizes. The Coffee Morning raised over £200 for Children in Need and filled us all up for the rest of the day!
Many thanks to Mrs Griffiths, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Knight and Mrs Cayford for all their hard work.
Here it is – the full version!
This Friday 18th November is Children in Need.
Please bring spare change for the following:
- Pupils in y7-11 can wear non-uniform (£1).
- Pupils in y12-13 can wear fancy dress (£2).
- Face painting £1 small Pudsey, £2 full face.
- Raffle tickets for big Pudsey cake 20p each.
- Pudsey stickers 20p.
Sponorship forms available from Dr Jones in rm49 (or go online and download) if you want to do something yourself and get sponsored. You must have the permission of your class teachers on Friday if you want to do something sponsored during the school day and please bring in all sponsor money in by Friday.
Lessons 1 – 4 will run as normal (so bring your books!). All pupils need to go to Lesson 5 to be registered and will then be sent to the hall.
Total raised so far is £370.31 from Thriller and the staff coffee morning in Home Economics!
Well done everyone! We raised over £3,000 for Children in Need on Friday!
6th Form Fancy Dress
6th form students, in what is now an annual tradition, paid £2 each to come to school in Fancy Dress.
Design and Technology lessons were a lot more colourful than usual.
Amy Knight, Naomi John, Kate Middleton, Michael Bear and Ryan Biscocho raised £81.87 baking cakes and selling them to staff and students.
The Money Mosaic
Cherry Barrion painted the Pudsey Money Mosaic which was designed by Ryan Davies in year 7. This meant we could all get rid of our spare change in a creative way.
The Art department raised over £120 painting Pudsey bear faces. Students could either have a full face paint or just a mini Pudsey on their cheek. The painting was done by Art teachers and GCSE & A-level art students.
Megan Stacey was sponsored to have her eyebrows waxed. She bravely had this done on stage in front of the whole school!
Staff and students entered a karaoke contest in the sports hall. Highlights included the 6th form music students singing Hallelujia. The overall winner was Lucy Ross.
Lots of other events happened such as sponsored silences, sponsored 3-legged day at school and of course everyone paid £1 to wear non-school uniform to school!