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Supporting Charities

Every school year we fundraise for the following charities:

Autumn Term  – CAFOD

Spring Term  – Catholic Children’s Society

Summer Term  – MISSIO

We are happy to support these organisations:

Rhythms of Life

Students learned a lot working with Rhythms of Life, a charity helping the homeless. On Monday 27th February 2017 two of our students went on the tube to Covent Garden and helped prepare and distribute food bags and warm drinks to the homeless in London. More information here.

Barnardo’s

On Friday 10th February 3P led a special assembly to raise awareness of the work of the Barnardo’s charity and how they help to give vulnerable children a better future.

Macmillan Cancer Support

We were delighted that our Coffee Morning held on Friday 30th September 2016 as part of the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ raised an amazing £565.00 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Our thanks to the Mayor of Hillingdon and volunteers from Brunel University for their support and to everyone who came, sent a cake or donated – all helped to make the event a great success.

Save the Children

The whole school enjoy taking part annually in Christmas Jumper Day which was on Friday 16th December 2016 in support of Save the Children. 

All staff and students wore their best Christmas Jumper to school and donated £1 to take part which was given to the Charity.

Children in Need

Students take part in activities to raise funds for BBC Children in Need. All staff and students wear something yellow or with spots – Pudsey style.

On Friday 13th November 2015 The day started on the Cycle Track with students competing in a fun bike ride, assisted by a couple of Pudsey bears! A Pudsey cake and biscuit sale took place and all students took part in various activities within their own classes to learn more about Children in Need. A certain Bear also took part in our sports activities learning how to jump…£210 was raised and a great day enjoyed by everyone! More pictures here.

 

 

 

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