A Moulsford pupil aims to run a mile a day for 100 days to raise money for an NHS charity, to support the intensive care unit that his Dad works in as a doctor. Almost a month into the challenge and Joe has already raised an enormous £2,400.
Students and staff from St Columba's College in St Albans have been volunteering for the NHS and in local the community during COVID-19, including shopping for elderly neighbours and tidying up Watford General Hospital's grounds.
Pupils from The Beacon boys’ school in Amersham have shown their huge gratitude for our incredible frontline workers by donating all entries to their recent baking competition to staff at local NHS hospitals and care homes.
Claremont Fan Court School’s fundraising campaign in support of the Princess Alice Hospice ran during lockdown and raised more than £4,000 to support the vital compassionate care for patients the Hospice provides.
Children from Hazlegrove Prep School raised over £2,500 for NHS Charities Together and Serve On. They completed a 'virtual climb' of Everest from Lukla Airport to the summit, by using stairs, steps, ladders and hills.
A pupil at Belmont School has completed her lockdown challenge to swim the equivalent length of The English Channel in her paddling pool to raise money for the NHS. Her target was to raise £250 but she surpassed this, raising over £2,000.
A level students from Lady Eleanor Holles School have raised over £2500 for Shooting Star Hospice by each rowing a marathon on indoor rowing machines and exercise bikes.
St Benedict’s have raised almost £3,000 for the Trussell Trust, a charity which runs a network of foodbanks in the UK. Children in all year groups at the school, from nursery to the Sixth Form, completed sponsored runs to raise money.
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.
King's Ely Sixth Form student Molly Whymark has raised almost £600 for a cause close to her heart by putting her best foot forward during lockdown, walking 2.6km every day for two weeks and six days.
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.
Talbot Heath School celebrated its 134th birthday this year. Over a thousand members of the community joined together - virtually. The service ended with the traditional cutting of the birthday cake, which was expertly made by senior pupil Katherine.