Community & Partnerships
Chinthurst dedicated a whole week to celebrating inspirational women and girls, including those within their own community, in recognition of the importance of International Women's Day 2020.
RGS Springfield children will be fundraising for The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust, a charity that raises money and awareness for rare childhood cancers
We are delighted to have been praised by the Royal British Legion’s Head of the Poppy Appeal, Shane Crowhurst, for our fundraising dedication and achievements over the years.
Pupils at Greenfield School host a Race for Life, with each child running 1km and raising over £3,200 in total for Cancer Research UK.
Over 250 pupils from primary schools across the region joined Moreton First for a Science Extravaganza day.
On Friday 31 January, we were delighted to welcome twenty-two Year 5 girls from Fulbourn Primary School to participate in a STEM Outreach Day alongside our own Year 5 girls.
Children from Hazlegrove Nursery enjoyed their termly visit to Highfield House Care Home recently. The children brought smiles to the faces of the elderly residents as they entertained them with songs and games.
This term, Exeter Cathedral School pupil, Issi (Year 4), took the bold decision to donate her hair to the children’s charity, the Little Princess Trust – a charity that uses donations to makes wigs for children who have lost their own hair through illnesses such as cancer.
Children from Hazlegrove Prep School formed a human map of Australia and sang Waltzing Matilda in a fund-raising mission for the Australian Bushfire Appeal through the WWF.
On Thursday 30 January, Northcote Lodge's Charity of the Year, The Felix Project, had an additional delivery driver in the guise of headmaster, Clive Smith-Langridge.
Pupils at Great Ballard School in Chichester recently spent the day learning about disability through an educational awareness programme provided by Bascule Disability Training.