This half term, we rolled up our sleeves and made some yummy treats for the Macmillan Coffee Morning. School raised over £400 in total so a massive thank you to all of our parents and carers who kindly donated money towards this cause.
This week, KS1 held a bake sale for FS and KS1 to continue to raise money for Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Click here to see what we did on our first fundraising event.
Y2 decided that they wanted to make chocolate crispy buns.
We worked together as a team to follow a recipe, help each other out and make the tastiest chocolate crispy buns ever!
They tasted yummy!
A massive thank you to all of the parents and carers in FS and KS1 who helped to make the Bake Sale such a success with their kind donations. We made a grand total of £88.00. This money will be added to the previous money raised for Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
On Friday 29th September, we held a coffee morning in the school hall for all of our parents and carers to come and attend. Each year group had been busy baking all week and in Y2, we made flapjacks.
Riley – We are raising money for poorly people and the money will help them to get better.
Laura – Our grown ups can come and buy our flapjacks and we give money to people who are poorly.
We were able to follow a set of instructions and weigh out the different ingredients carefully.
We hoped that you enjoyed eating our yummy, delicious flapjacks.
Thank you to all of our parents and carers for coming to school and supporting such a worthwhile cause.
On Friday 30th September, our school is going to take part in the biggest coffee morning in the world. This is to help raise money for the charity Macmillan Cancer Support for people and their families who have or who are suffering from cancer.
Pearl class wanted to do something to help and decided that they wanted to make flapjacks to help raise some money.
We worked together as a team and filled the instructions on the recipe.
We can’t wait to taste one!
Come along to support our coffee morning between 9 and 10.30am in the hall. We hope you can join us.
‘Together, no-one will face cancer alone’