Marshland High School students give something back with lots of fundraising

PUBLISHED: 13:11 27 November 2016 | UPDATED: 11:37 28 November 2016

Marshland High School help fundraising for Children in Need

Marshland High School help fundraising for Children in Need

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Students at Marshland High School swapped uniforms for casual dress to help raise £817 for Children in Need.

The total raised was helped by the sale of cakes run by year 10 house officials at the West Walton school.

Pupils are now working on their next project for Christmas, putting together food hampers for the homeless and shoeboxes for our local women’s refuge.

Last month the school raised £676.99 for the Mother Mary Primary School in Uganda to send two students to school for a year as part of a school partnership programme.

Students also held a Macmillan coffee morning organised by the student council raising £271.86.


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