Children and their families from St Margaret's Preparatory School, who were dressed as rainbows, brought smiles to the streets of Wiltshire when they took part in a run that met lockdown restrictions to raise more than £2,000 for The Rainbow Trust.
Louisa, a Year 8 pupil at St Faith’s School, is aiming to raise £500 for the Blue Smile charity by producing animal portraits. Using pastels and charcoal, Louisa has so far completed 17 commissions and has a further 12 to complete.
Pupils at St Cedd’s School in Chelmsford have expressed their support and gratitude to the NHS and Key Workers by producing a rainbow made of self-portraits. It is now displayed outside the school for the local community to enjoy.
Scottish duo, The Proclaimers, have joined Westbourne House School in Chichester and hopefully other schools across the UK, to encourage pupils and their parents to run a total of 500 miles and raise money for the NHS.
Several Moulsford Prep boys have been supporting the NHS and the community during lockdown, including one boy who has delivered over 550 newspapers in his local village for residents who are unable to leave their homes.
Answering a call to action to help provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for care workers treating patients with Coronavirus in local hospitals, Fiona Davies, a Teaching Assistant at Davenies, put an unused laminator to good use.
Beechwood Park School Year 8 pupil Sophie has now produced over 2,000 PPE face shields for front-line health workers, using her own 3D printer and printers that she has fundraised to buy. Messages of thanks and further orders continue to flood in.
During the Easter holidays the Supersonics, a team of Year 3 pupils from Lady Eleanor Holles Junior School, came together to raise money for the NHS by running a distance of 5km each at home during lockdown.
The Head of PE at the Unicorn School in Richmond has raised nearly £4,000 for the London Ambulance Service. She decided to shave off her long hair and smashed her fundraising target in just a couple of days.
Greenfield School children in Woking have been enjoying daily social media challenges to keep their spirits lifted. It has helped to keep their community connected while the school is closed during the pandemic.
Head of Textiles at LEH Anne Marie Angliss decided to put her expert sewing and design skills to good use over the Easter holidays to help combat the lack of PPE equipment for NHS workers.
Pupils and staff at The Blue Coat School in Harborne, Birmingham, are joining the nation’s sewers to help our NHS Heroes. Head of Design & Technology, Mrs Lynn, has made an appeal to the school community to join her in a special sewing project.