Pancreatic Cancer UK
Well done to Anais, Frieda, Imogen and Jasmine in Anemone Class held a cake sale after school on Thursday, which was World Pancreatic Cancer Day, to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer UK. They made a fantastic £131.55
Children in Need
It was lovely to see you all wearing your own clothes at school today and lots of Pudsey ears, painted faces and t-shirts! Well done to everyone who took part in the Joe Wicks Burpee Challenge as part of Children in Need, they were certainly hard work! Children having school meals enjoyed a Pudsey shaped biscuit for dessert today as well.
In our assembly today we talked about Anti-Bullying Week , which is a special event organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance to raise awareness about the negative impacts of bullying, encourage people to stand up against discrimination and promote the importance of individuality. It's a week dedicated to celebrating the values of inclusivity, respect and kindness.
Children were also invited to wear Odd Socks to school on Wednesday to celebrate how unique we all are You can watch a video the children saw in assembly here: