Year 10 students have been very busy this term with fundraising for local charities. As well as raising money for the local House of Bread homeless charity, some Year 10s have been baking to raise money for another worthy cause, Hedgehog and Garden Bird Rescue. Lewis Turner, Aiden Levison and Courtney Clemson, with the assistance of Mrs Essery, Mrs Holt and Year 11s, baked dozens of cakes and sold raffle tickets to raise money to help local wildlife. Their efforts raised £150 for Hedgehog and Garden Bird Rescue. The raffle prize was won by Mrs Wilson who won a beautifully-baked cake by our in-school food technician, Mrs Essery.
The students and the charity thanked everyone for their support in raising so much money. Headteacher, Mr Christey, added "Well done everyone. You managed to raise a great deal of money in such a short space of time. Your efforts are very much appreciated by the charity and by your school. Well done!"
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