The Queen's Platinum Jubilee
‘We live to learn, laugh and play and enjoy every single day’
We celebrated St Bridget’s Day on Thursday 1st February. After hearing St Bridget was the patron saint of farmers, and others, the school council decided to organise a fund raiser to support struggling farmers. The Oxfam gifting website was explored - the children decided to raise money to buy a goat and a pig. It was decided to hold a non uniform day (charge a £1) as well organise a cake stall. The junior school councillors baked at least 12 cup cakes each plus some kind parents baked too. We raised nearly £170 so we think we can at least afford a couple of pigs and goats. Thank you so much to everyone who supported this venture.
This venture enabled us all to begin to understand and appreciate the needsof those less fortunate than ourselves.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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