On Friday 8 March the College welcomed Peter Higgins from the board of trustees of Mary’s Meals into school to talk to the Sixth Form about the work of the charity and to express his gratitude for the fundraising the College undertakes.
The community at Cobham Hall was delighted to discover yesterday that their Comic Relief Bake Sale raised an incredible £651.10 – smashing the £500 target set by Headmistress Ms Maggie Roberts.
Congratulations Erinna for your backwards and upside down piano-playing which won the show.
A huge well done to all Unicorn School children who swam in our 2019 Sponsored Swim. An amazing 2,160 lengths were swam, which equates to a phenomenal 71,267 metres or a staggering 71.27km, nearly all the way way from Richmond to Oxford!
Children at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have donned red noses in support of Comic Relief.
Students at Reigate Grammar School have undertaken random acts of kindness and have written kindness cards to each other as part of the school’s Kindness and Empathy project in the lead up to Valentine’s Day.
Children at a primary school in Brighton started a new chapter in their school lives as they celebrated the opening of a brand new library, thanks to the fundraising efforts of Roedean School pupils.
Over 200 children and adults donned their trainers and running gear to run a mile for local charity WHY. The children were accompanying Rachel Clark who is running a mile a day every single day of the year.
Pupils from Exeter School have been busy tackling the problem of marine litter on our beaches by taking part in a Beach Clean event organised by STC Expeditions – an ethical school expedition company based in Exeter.