Pupils at Smallbrook School have been very busy today organising fundraising activities to raise money for Children in Need.
Pupils thought up a number of different ways of raising money including Key Stage 2 pupils baking delicious cakes to sell to staff and pupils and designing posters featuring information of the brilliant work BBC Children in Need do!
Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils also got involved by organising a ‘Smallbrook Slumber Party’ where staff and pupils could donate money to dress up in their best pyjamas for the day. Pupils were informed there would be two competitions with prizes up for grabs for the ‘Best dressed pupil’ and ‘Most well behaved pupil’. One young boy was awarded both prizes at the end of the day in recognition of all his effort spent fundraising and for his very smart Pudsey onesie.
A huge well done to one of Smallbrook’s Key Stage 3 pupils, who thought up and planned the whole day by designing posters, buying all the sweets and popcorn for the Slumber Party and helping decorate and arrange the rooms for the day.
Overall the day has been a massive success and pupils and staff have raised just over £200! Well done to everyone who has taken part in the fundraising activities and have donated and an even bigger ‘well done’ to the pupils at Smallbrook School who have worked extremely hard to raise so much money for such a brilliant cause.
In support of this fantastic cause, Bryn Melyn Care have also donated 5% of their placement fees for every child who’s placed in our care this week to Children in Need.