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2015 Spring Term Fundraising

 

In the Spring term, the School Council organised a Cake Sale to raise money for the Restricted Growth Association (RGA) a charity which one of the pupils at the school is closely associated with.

 

The cake sale was held on the day of the annual Easter Show performance. Also on show for the parents to admire whilst munching their cakes was the Take One Picture School Art Exhibition, where the children's themed artwork from across the school was displayed around the hall.

 

The cakes were lovingly made by Cookery Club, teachers, pupils and classes from nursery-Y6 and everything from chocolate cakes to Easter biscuits were on sale for only 20p!

 

A roaring success, the cake sale raised £276 for the RGA thanks to the hard work of the West Drayton School and Community.

 

Many thanks to all involved.

 

 

Miss Folan

Class Teacher

 

At West Drayton Primary School, we pride ourselves on having an outward-looking approach where we constantly seek to help and support those in less fortunate positions than ourselves.
 
Every year, we select and fundraise for 3 charities; a local, national and an international charity. One charity is chosen in turn each term and a whole school fundraising event is held for the school to participate in. The School Council meets to decide on a fundraising event which they then plan and help to run. 
National Charity: Children In Need:
Date: Friday 14th November 2014
Event: Own Clothes Day & Funfair
Money Raised: £565
 
In the Autumn term of this year, we selected Children in Need as our national charity. On Friday 14th November 2014, the School Council ran a funfair for the entire school, from Reception to Year 6. 6 different stalls were manned by School Council Representatives. 
 
The games were set out as challenges with each game costing 20p to play.
 
1. Can you kick it? - Penalty shoot out against Year 6's.
2. Can you feel it? - Jelly, beans and paperclips were placed in a box for children to guess and feel without looking.
3.Can you decorate it? - Biscuit decorating with Year 6 children.
4.Can you guess it? - Guess the number of celebrations in a tin.
5.Can you pin it? - Pin the badge on Pudsey Bear whilst blindfolded.
6. Can you roll it? - Roll a double with 2 dice to win a book.
 
A fun-filled and energetic afternoon was had by all whilst raising money for a brilliant cause.
 
Miss Folan

Class Teacher

 

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