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We were delighted to be able to donate £423.70 to the MS Society. Not only did we raise funds for a great cause, but, we raised awareness too. 
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Our pupils and staff got their socks out in support of World Down Syndrome Day, a charity very close to our hearts. We raised £119 #wdsd18 #wewouldn’tchangeathing 🧦
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Christmas Jumper Day. Raising money for Save the Children. 
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We were wearing spots to raise lots! Blythefield Primary and Arellian Nursery hold a Spotacular event to raise money for Children in a Need 2017. 
The day Pudsey and Captain Spot made a surprise visit to Blythefield to listen to our fundraising ideas to support Children in Need 2017. 

There are 300 million children in the world for whom walking with shoes is a rarity. This makes them extremely vulnerable to infection by parasites, such as hookworm; while injuries to the feet and ankles can lead to ulcers and other conditions which are almost always left untreated. Without shoes, many children are not permitted to attend school. We were delighted to support Sal's Shoes. Crossing continents to make sure that your used, loved and outgrown children's shoes were delivered straight from you to those in need. Thank you to everyone for your kind donations- such a worthy cause!!

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Arellian Nursery and Blythefield host a Spotacular Event to raise money for Children in Need

We took part in Buddy's big workout to raise money for NSPCC. Well done to everyone involved!

We took part in Buddy's big workout to raise money for NSPCC. Well done to everyone involved!  1

NSPCC 'Speak Out' workshops were delivered to the whole school

Gareth Morrison's Young People's Project

Fundraising for Marie Curie

An amazing £1338.80 was raised over the past number of months for Marie curie. The money was raised in memory of a very special person Cecilia Thompson who lost her battle with cancer earlier this year. Close friend Deborah Brown organised several events in school and amongst family and friends which accumulated to this fantastic total. WELL DONE DEBORAH! Cecilia's parents Norman and Shiela joined our assembly to help pupils Jamie and Bobby present the cheque to Grace from Marie Curie. Thank you to everyone who donated in any way, it all makes a big difference to the fantastic work of Marie Curie. 

£1338.80 raised for Marie Curie in memory of Cecilia Thompson

Fundraising for Cole's sensory room

NCCAUK In memory of Oscar Knox

Save the Children Christmas jumper day

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