Junior Charity Afternoon
There was a definite air of excitement in the Infant and Junior schools last Friday, as the girls eagerly awaited our annual Charity Afternoon. This year we were raising money for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.
The Year 5 girls had worked hard to plan stalls selling a variety of goods; the ice cream and refreshing drinks were especially popular on such a hot, sunny afternoon.
They used their imagination to create a wide variety of games, including ‘Splat the teacher’s face’ - always popular! – ‘Guess the sweets in the jar’, ‘Choose the correct dog collar’, ‘Name the teddy’, ‘Coin drop’ and ‘Find the pirate treasure’.
The ‘squishies’ were a definite hit, and many sweets were consumed during the afternoon!
Year 6 did a fantastic job of looking after the infants, and great fun was had by all. We raised more than £900 for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust – a fantastic total! We hope that this will make a real difference to the welfare of bees.
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