On Friday 22nd March we are having a non-uniform day in exchange for Cadbury's Creme Eggs or a 50p donation towards the Garden House Hospice Charlie Chick Campaign. Their volunteers have been busy knitting more that 8,000 chicks but they need eggs to complete them.
Thank you for your donations we raised ..........
Children in Need 2018
This Friday, 16th November, we are holding a Pudsey Duck Race Sweepstake. The children can bring in £2.00 and choose a duck to race in the duck race. The duck race will be screened live in school in the afternoon and prizes will be given.
Thank you to parents and pupils for your generous dontations towards our charities. You have raised: £205.00
For Children in Need we raised £176.50.
At our Harvest Festival assembly we collected donations for The Living Room situated at The Glebe.
We have received a letter of thanks for your kind donations and these are in the process of being distributed to their clients who are most in need. It will make a huge difference to them to know that people care.
July 2017 - £148 Grenfell Tower Fire donations
Thank you to Mrs Driver and all those who donated shoes to the Toe to Toe initiative for Sals Shoes. School shoes went to Nicaragua and all other shoes went to Syria.
In memory of Sophie Lewis' mum the children raised £250.60 from the Letchworth Hospice Fun Run at Barnwell and £317.41 from the non-uniform day.
We have received a letter of thanks from Garden House Hopice Care. Please click on the attached to view their letter and forthcoming fund raising events.
We are still raising money for playground equipment. So far we have raised £738.60 from our spelling Bee in April 2017, £278 from refreshment sales at our Summer Fair and £48.60 from October's film club.
£106.00 Comic Relief 2017
£130.65 Comic Relief 2015
Dear Ms. Shuttleworth,
Please pass on our sincerest thanks from the trustees and volunteers to the pupils, staff and parents at your school for the donations given to the Stevenage and Knebworth Community Food Bank. We were overwhelmed by the amount donated and indeed are still trying to find sufficient space to store it all. We know how busy schools are. To devote such time and effort to an idea initiated by the pupils themselves for the benefit of those members of our community who are suffering from food poverty is very much appreciated.
John Mead (Chair)