St Edmund’s School raises £200 for CAFOD Appeal
St Edmund’s Primary School was recently inspired by CAFOD’s Summer of Hope Assembly, at which the #SummerOfHope and #CoronaVirusAppeal for schools was launched. The Headteacher, Mrs Elizabeth Higgins, reported that the pupils ‘have held two mufti days, and a crazy hair day which was planned by Year 6. Our Year 6 children have been really inspired and have created letters spelling out ‘Hope is Contagious’ which you might be able to read in the picture! One of our Year 1 pupils has also held a sponsored karaoke at home with his family. The children have raised over £200 so far, and they have further activities planned!’
This is a fantastic effort by the children, staff and parents at the school. Hope certainly is contagious at St Edmund’s! Well done everyone.
If you haven’t seen the CAFOD online assembly yet, you can watch it on YouTube here.