Today we are supporting the #HelloYellow campaign to raise money for Young Minds and all the wonderful work they do to support mental health in children and young adults.
We really enjoyed our Harvest Festival with Reverend Webb and we have had lots of food donations! Donations will be given to Weston Food Bank who have helped many families and people in our community.
A huge thank you for all of the support for our MacMillan Coffee morning held on Friday 24th September ! We raised an amazing £200.50.
A few of our lucky winners.
Easter Egg Chocolate Raffle
An EGGciting raffle is now open and tickets are flying out of school. Please do contact the office for additional tickets to sell!
Red Nose Day. We all dressed up as super heroes and we raised £185!
Friday 11th December 2020
We had such a great day dressing up in spots for Children in need! Thank you so much for donating so generously.
Children in Need!
WE RAISED: £143.66!
Remembrance Day 11/11/2020
We remembered the brave soldiers of the war on Wednesday, Y6 did a great job of selling the poppies that we were supplied kindly by the British Legion and we all wore our poppies with pride.
Special thank you to Rev. Webb for the virtual remembrance service for the children and Mary Gibbs, who kindly knitted some lovely poppy badges for us to buy and wear.
This week we will be holding two fundraising events in support of MacMillian. On Thursday 24th September 2020 it is Donut day for the children and then on Friday 25th September 2020 staff will raise funds with cake and coffee. We have raised £139.
Our Harvest Festival will be on Monday 5th October 2020. We will be collecting tinned and non-perishables for Weston Foodbank.
Here are a few Pictures from our morning with the Rev Patrick Webb.
‘Hello Yellow’ - On Friday 9th October 2020 wear something yellow and bring a £1 as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. We raised £95.05 for this great charity.
All of our staff support Cots for Tots. We have a basket of goodies in our staff room and staff give contributions when they fancy a "sweet treat".
Kirsty is now helping a local CIC business called A different Perspecitve.
Together they are raising money and awareness for young people aged 13-30 with Autism.
There are monthly events that the business and volunteers take the young people out so that it helps them gain experiences and knowledge of the world around them.
Below is the flyer for the next training event that is taking place.
It is going to be a great event so if you or anyone you know is interested in learning more about Autism then she would love to see you there.
Macmillan Coffee Morning
A big thank you to everyone who came to our MacMillan coffee afternoon, We were thrilled to have raised a fantastic £177 for this brilliant charity.
In September, some of our staff did the Moonlight Walk for Weston Hospicecare.
In June and August Kate Wilson took part in two Ultra Marathons (30miles) for Weston Hospicecare.
In addition to this, we are committed to teaching our children about the value of money and buisness, whilst we equip them with the skills they need for a brighter financial future.
As a school we use MoneySense, it is a financial education programme from NatWest that provides our school with everything we need to teach about money.