Totting up charity funds

Students at Oldbury Wells School took part in a charity event in December to raise funds for Save the Children. The charity works in 68 countries around the world and in 2016 it helped over a million children around the world escape extreme poverty. Through its work across the UK it supports young children living in poverty by improving their early learning.

Students at the Bridgnorth school paid a donation to wear a Christmas jumper for the day and pupils in Year 7 organised a Christmas sweet and cake sale to raise further funds. Pictured are Y7 students Rajan Banger, Alice Haden, Grace Thompson and James Bailey, who baked cakes and made Christmas treats to sell on the day.

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