Hallfield School raise cash for Birmingham Children’s Hospital

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On Monday 5 March, Hallfield School raised £150 with a book sale for Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s educational work with children who remain in hospital for extended periods of time.
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Over the past week and as part of World Book Day, children of the Upper School at Hallfield have donated a large number of books to the school to sell to their peers for 50p per book.

With many children purchasing a number of books each they managed to raise £150 to give to the hospital.

In addition, and due to popular demand, Senior Teacher and Head of Modern Languages also revived her bilingual reading group during break times, where a number of eager youngsters read ‘Le Rocher Rouge’ (The Red Rock) in French.

Speaking of the book sale, Mrs Checketts, said: “We’re delighted to have been able to raise funds for the patients at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and what better way to do it than a book sale! The children here at Hallfield love to read so we knew it would be a success.”



About Hallfield School

Hallfield is a leading co-educational day preparatory school for 570 children aged between 3 months and 11 years. Set in a 20-acre campus in leafy Edgbaston, just two miles from the centre of Birmingham, Hallfield is a Christian School (Church of England) which actively welcomes children from all faiths.

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