Highfield and Brookham Schools donate harvest produce to The Liphook Day Centre for the elderly. Children lovingly grow fruit and vegetables to donate to those more vulnerable.
Claremont Fan Court School was awash with yellow on Friday 9 October in support of the Young Minds UK #HelloYellow campaign to mark World Mental Health Awareness Day.
Students and their families, former students and staff from St Swithun’s school, Winchester took part in their annual St Swithun’s Way Challenge, raising £18,000 for its Bramston Bursary Foundation fund for girls in, or on the brink of care.
Last week, the pupils, parents and staff of University College School in Hampstead donated over three tonnes of groceries to North Paddington Food Bank.
Holme Grange School hosted the 13th Beyond COP21 Symposium with over 100 pupils attending onsite and 4 local schools (Evendons, St Crispin's, Waverley and St. Teresa's) attending via 'Zoom'.
Moulsford double their fundraising target of £15,000 for South African charity Inspire and raise a staggering £30,000 to help those in need.
Highfield and Brookham children have raised over £4000 for local charity, The King’s Arms, which was set up to meet the needs of the young people in Petersfield and Alton and surrounding villages.
The children at St. Andrew’s have been busy raising money for their House charities this term and Clubs were delighted to raise in excess of £1,400 for Woking & Sam Beare Hospice and Wellbeing Care through a sponsored mufti day and Bounce-a-thon.
The remaining founder of St Columba’s College in St Albans retires at the age of 91, after serving the school and local community for over 65 years. Brother Clement also assisted the St Albans Abbey for 26 years as a tour guide and Canon.
Bedford School is helping to build on its partnership with Captain Sir Tom Moore by making his foundation one of its charities of the year.