Ottilie made raspberry jam over the summer and sold it to friends and family to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. She hoped that people who bought the jam would go on to use it in a cake to be sold at their Big Coffee Morning later on this month. In total she has raised … More Ottilie S made jam to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support
Delighted to see Old Hazlegrovian Maddie Hinch mentioning Hazlegrove in the article ‘The Power of Sport’ in the Autumn Edition of School House Magazine…
It was wonderful to see all the children back at Hazlegrove after the summer holiday. The sounds of laughter and happiness have been in the air all day. Click here to see photographs from the Pre-Prep. Click here to see photographs from the Prep School.
The Year 8 children presented a cheque to Liz Pike, Chair of the Yeovil Community Arts Association for £744.75. The money was raised by making and selling merchandise at their Year 8 production “Stage to Screen”. They produced mugs, posters, key rings and more with images from their play. The Yeovil Community Arts Association is … More Year 8 raised £744.75 for YCAA
The Friends of Hazlegrove raised over £32,000 for local Somerset charity PromiseWorks. PROMISEworks supports a team of trained volunteers who provide a Somerset-wide mentoring service for some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in the county. “As a committee we wanted to support a local children’s charity. We approached the Head of Somerset … More The Friends of Hazlegrove raise £32,750.00 for PromiseWorks charity
Cat and Ted spent 12 hours at sea, of which nearly 11 hours was racing, resulting in an overall finish position of 506th out of 1342 entrants. This is a record for the boat as 650th has been the best to date. Both Ted & Cat were full of enthusiasm and were very much part … More Cat J and Ted K raised over £500 by taking part in the Round the Island Race.
Over the past few months, children from Hazlegrove have been raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust. There have been sponsored bike rides, cake sales, toy sales, art postcards created, copper collections and more … A cheque for £2879.60 was presented to Teenage Cancer Trust.
Organised by Amelia W, Year 8 pulled together and put on a wonderful concert in aid of Music as Therapy. The hour long concert included many solo performances as well as some of their favourites from their recent Stage to Screen Year 8 play. They raised a wonderful £119.00 for Music as Therapy.