Our charities for 2017-18

In 2017-18 students and staff raised a fantastic £15,809

Students were involved through the school council in nominating and selecting a range of charities for the school to support. Through the charity representatives in each form and the school council,  students chose a range of local and international causes aimed at children and adults. Some events are special to us, others would be impossible to not be involved with.

Christmas Charities 2018

Christmas charities 2018 and Non-Uniform Day 21nd December.

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Autumn Term

MacMillan Coffee Morning. Pupils and staff bake cakes and sell them in aid of Macmillan nurses. =

Dahliscious Day. Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.

LEPRA. Year 7 fund raising fighting disease, poverty and prejudice.

Children in Need. A week of form organised sponsored events and money raising activities finishing with Miss KE and a non uniform day.

Poppy Appeal.  Supporting the British Armed Forces past and present.

Spring Term

Jeans for GenesGenetic Disorders UK is a registered charity with a vision to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by genetic disorders. It is thought that there are currently more than 6,000 diagnosed disorders and new disorders are being identified every day. It is estimated that 1 in 25 children is affected by a genetic disorder. This means that in the UK, 30,000 babies and children are newly diagnosed each year and more than half a million children and adults are living with a genetic disorder.

Genetic disorders UK aims to be the leading source of information and support for both those affected by a genetic disorder, and the charities and patient groups that support them, by bringing together everyone’s combined experience in a place it can be shared.


Comic relief (who also organise Sport Relief)

Summer Term

Race for life: the new senior prefect team organise a Pink themed day with cake sales and our own “Race for life” event around the school grounds. This raises funds for Cancer Research UK.