Members of the Beekeeping Club sold the honey the Hazlegrove bees had produced this summer.
The Lower School children are busy again making table gifts. These gifts will be used to help decorate the place settings for 100 elderly people who have been invited to share in the ‘Community Christmas’ meal in Sherborne on Christmas Day. Community Christmas is a charity that ‘believes that no older person in the UK … More Year 3 pupils sewed table decorations for Community Christmas
Major General Charlie Herbert came to Hazlegrove this morning to talk to the children in Assembly about how the two children we are sponsoring in Sierra Leone are doing. Charlie runs the charity Wharf Kids, who are helping families in out there re-build their lives after the Ebola outbreak. Jenneh Appiah (age 6) and Samuel … More Little Jenneh and Samuel are doing well in Sierra Leone
To celebrate Fireworks Night, the children came to school in mufti and brought in £1.00. They raised £300.00 for the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance. We look forward to presenting a cheque next term. Click here to see photographs from Fireworks Night.
Upper School pupils wanted to do something to raise money for Children in Need. So they decided to put on a fête at lunchtime. Children from the Prep School had a great time shopping at all the stalls and taking part in all the activities on offer. Activities on offer included: Cake stall, ping pong … More Upper School Fête in aid of Children in Need raised an amazing £900.00
Over the past few months, we have had various events where the children have been raising money for the charity John McCarthy CBE is Patron of, Freedom From Torture. In total, we have raised £460.07. Nancy and Robin from Freedom from Torture came in to Hazlegrove to have a photograph taken with some of the … More Cheque presentation to Freedom From Torture
Year 5 children have filled shoe boxes with gifts and useful items to be sent off to Moldova in Eastern Europe to help disadvantaged children and young persons. The Mustard Seed Relief Mission sends around 40,000 boxes each year to Moldova, and each one is individually received by a child.
Last summer, Year 6 pupils (now in Year 7), walked the distance from John O’Groats to Lands End in their lunch breaks to raise money for three charities. This week representatives from St Margaret’s Hospice, The Dogs Trust and Harambee came in to be presented with their cheques.