Children brought in all manner of fruit, vegetables, bread and cakes for our Harvest Assembly, including the biggest onions we have ever seen! Our Prefects gave a thoughtful assembly and encouraged us to think of others who don’t have food available to them as readily we we do. Afterwards, all the produce was taken to … More Our Prep School Harvest Sale raised £235.00 for Mary’s Meals
The Pre-Prep Harvest produce sale at the bandstand raised £221.11 for Mary’s Meals. Thank you very much for your kind and generous support.
On the Exeat, pupils from Year 6 and Year 8 brought in home baked cakes and cookies and sold them at the Dereg Hut in support of Freedom From Torture’s Bake Freedom week. Parents had been very generous and there was a huge array of tempting delicacies on offer. In fact, the trestle tables were … More Our cake sale raised whopping £233.60 for Freedom From Torture
This money started being raised back in March with our whole school Dance-a-thon. Year 8 sold merchandise themed to their play, ‘Here Comes the Sun’, and we silent auctioned off the beautiful watercolours painted by Alice de P and Rose A and two signed headshot posters of Year 8 pupils. We are delighted to have … More Year 8 raised £1427.88 for YCAA
On Monday this week, the Year 6s faithfully turned out during their lunch break and put in the last few miles needed to complete their “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” challenge. The United Kingdom measures 874 miles from the top of John O’Groats to the westernmost point of Lands End and we surpassed that … More Year 6 pupils’ shoes are made for walking in their challenge to walk 874 miles
Over the past few months, we have been fundraising for Farms For City Children. Our Farm Monitors were delighted to present a cheque to Tracy Izod, Trusts Fundraiser from FFCC for £1350.00. We raised the money through a local produce food fayre, commission from books and greetings card sales by local artist Kate Lynch, the … More A whopping £1350.00 raised for Farms For City Children
An update from Charlie Herbert, Chair of the Trustees of Wharf Kids UPDATE ON SAMUEL TAGBA JUNIOR AND JENNEH APPIAH Thank you again to everyone at Hazlegrove School for your continued financial support to Wharf Kids, and more specifically to Samuel Tagba Junior and Jenneh Appiah. Your donation makes such a difference to their lives, … More We sent funds out to Jenneh and Samuel, ebola orphans in Sierra Leone
Happy Days Charity Tennis was inspired by Lochie L. His grandmother had been a fundraiser and Lochie wanted to do something positive in her memory. On a sunny morning the Year 2 children went out to play some tennis to raise money for charity. Everyone had fun, and they raised £233.50 for the Happy Days charity. Click here to … More Year 2 have been raising money for Happy Days
The Lower School Loom Band Challenge reached its peak today as the final band was added and the children went racing off to see if they could reach the sword in the stone. They got there and back! In total 169.5 metres of loom bandness was created with every child enjoying the challenge immensely. There … More The Lower School are loopy for loom bands!
After hearing of Matt Campbell’s death 3.7 miles from the end of this year’s London Marathon, and saw the #FinishForMatt appeal, we decided to walk 3.7 miles on that Sunday. My Chapel was about Matt and his charity: The Brathay Trust. We went off to Montacute and walked the hills there and then picnicked. We … More The boarders walked with charitable spirits to finish Matt Campbell’s London Marathon