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CHARITIES

 Bournehall Charities 2016 -2017
 

Each year Bournehall supports several  local, national and international charities. The whole school community is involved in the selection of these charities.  
 
 
Harvest celebration 2017
 On Friday 6th October Bournehall collected a huge amount of food for a local food bank. Thank you for your overwhelming generosity.
 
Macmillan Coffee morning 2017
Refreshments were provided before both Harvest assemblies.  We have raised to date an incredible £245, that will go towards supporting those affected by cancer.  
 For more information, please follow the link below.
www.coffee.macmillan.org.uk
 
UNICEF and Clarks Shoe Share
Throughout the week of the 2nd October the Bournehall Community donated vast amounts of old and unwanted shoes. This was all part of Bournehall taking part in the UNICEF and Clarks Shoe Share initiative.  Clarks have been working in partnership with UNICEF since 2008 supporting the education of vulnerable children by raising money through shoe donations. To discover more information please follow the below link.
                                                   Red Nose Day March 2017

Year 6 raised a staggering £887.40 by selling red noses and holding fundraising activities.

  
Other charity events:
 
Poppy Appeal 2016
Bournehall School raised £569.95.  Thank you for your support.
Harvest celebration 2016
We collected a huge amount of food for a local food bank. Thank you for your overwhelming generosity.
 
Macmillan Coffee morning 2016
Refrehments were provided after the Harvest celebration assembly.  We have raised to date an incredible £245, that will go towards supporting those affected by cancer.  
 For more information, please follow the link below.
www.coffee.macmillan.org.uk
 
Edakeni CP school, Africa
Our partnership started when a child from Bournehall visited the area and the school in South Africa. The pupil in our school discovered that pupils had to walk 2-3 hours to school and swim across crocodile infested waters as their boat became damaged in a storm. As they have lack of resources, we will be communicating and sharing ideas using letters. The children will learn similarities and differences between their localities and customs. 
From autumn 2015 to  autumn 2016 we raised £750. We have £250 to go to reach our target!