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We raised an amazing £150 and had a great day! Later in the day we celebrated with a spotty conga led by Pudsey.
By Milo, Ffion And Katie
Class Five worked with members of The Rotary Club to plant purple crocuses in our school ground this week.
Rotary clubs help to plant millions of purple crocuses every year to raise awareness for efforts to end polio.
We look forward to Spring when we will see a carpet of purple flowers by our willow garden
The focus this year has been choosing respect and treating everyone with kindness.
The children have taken part in a range of activities aimed at promoting making the right choices when interacting with others in person and online.
Class 5 planned and presented an anti – bullying assembly which they then delivered in front of the whole school.
They wrote the following prayer as part of their work:
Let us pray,
Help us to be good friends wherever we go.
Help us to make the right choices, even in the hardest times.
Help us to celebrate people’s differences and remember that we are all unique.
Help us to be someone’s reason to smile today and every day.
We raised £150.02 at our Harvest Celebration yesterday.
This money will be sent to Mission Together
Mission Together is the Catholic Church’s official children’s charity for overseas mission. It is the children’s branch of Missio.
Previously known as Holy Childhood, Mission Together has been working in Catholic schools and parishes worldwide since 1843, encouraging children to pray, fundraise and become missionaries themselves – children helping children.