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Wardour Warriors, Pretty Muddy 5km, September 2018

The staff took part in a pretty muddy 5k at Bath racecourse on a cold and wet September day, raising over £1500 for cancer research.

World's Biggest Coffee Morning - MacMillan Cancer

On the 28th September, we held a coffee morning in school and invited our families and friends to join us.  All the classes made cakes and many were donated. We raised over £200!


Harvest Festival - supporting Mission Together

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£270 was raised at the Harvest Festival for Mission Together.  Apples were harvested from the school grounds and kindly pressed and made into apple juice by the Donhead Apple Company.  The children bought in decorated harvest boxes and these were sold at a silent auction after the harvest celebration.

Alabare - Reverse Advent Calendar, 2018

Alabare is a charity that supports vulnerable, homeless and marginalised people.  It helps them transform their lives, providing accommodation and helping them gain the skills, confidence and opportunities to live a fulfilled life.

In December, the children take part in a reverse Advent Calendar,  bringing in a gift in each day. these are then taken by members of School Council and presented to the charity.


NSPCC Number Day - February 2019


On Friday, the children took part in NSPCC number day.  They dressed as a digit and took part in number activities all day, raising £74 for the NSPCC.

Mary's Meals - February 2019

'Before half term the whole school was set the challenge to raise money for a charity we frequently support, Mary’s Meals.  Mary’s Meals aims to provide children in developing countries with a meal a day at their local school. It costs £13.90 to feed one child, one proper meal a day for a whole year – not much when we compare it the cost of an outing or large pizza. 

During the half term break we were encouraged to do extra chores at home and offer to help family and friends for a little payment that would be donated to this good cause.  We were also asked to donate much needed, everyday items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, clothes, towels and stationery along with backpacks for the children to also use.

Then there was the ever popular biscuit sale at break time on Tuesday. This alone raised £76.75.

All the children’s hard work over the half term raised a further £263.25. In total that’s £340… And the news gets better, as the Government has pledged to double this, making it a total of £680.

This provides 49 children with a meal a day for a year – a small contribution we should be proud of. Thank you for all your support and hard work in helping us provide many children with some of the everyday basics that we often take for granted.'            (by Florrie)

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