Earlier this month, the 4ème and 3ème pupils took part in French publication l’ECHO Magazine’s annual young journalist, and we are very proud to congratulate Joséphine Baignères, whose article won first prize.
The theme of the contest was the ways in which people of the United Kingdom repair and preserve our planet and each article entry was required to contain a field survey, an interview and testimonies.
“My article is about different measures taken by people in the UK to fight climate change and simple things you can do on a daily basis to help prevent climate change, from student protests, to vegetarianism and recycling,” says Joséphine.
The article named “Change We Can” is available on ECHO Magazine’s website and will be published in the June print edition of the magazine.
We hope that this talented young scribe’s research and writing will help to inform and inspire the readers of l’ECHO Magazine and the people of the United Kingdom to protect our precious planet. Congratulations on your hard work, Joséphine!
Read her full article here: https://www.lechomagazine.uk/change-we-can/Read More
Congratulations to our pupils in Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 whose Readathon efforts have raised £3,671.50 in support of the Chifundo Foundation. The Chifundo Foundation is dedicated to educating some of the most underprivileged children in the villages of Zomba, Malawi and all the money raised will go towards supporting their educational projects.
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As a way to thank those who are working tirelessly to keep us safe, we have launched an online fundraiser in support of our carers!
As expressed to our community of parents, “Given the difficult circumstances, we felt the need to act and help where we can. We therefore decided to find a way to utilise the great strength of our community to participate in the national effort to support our health workers. As we looked for ways to help, we came across testimonials from doctors and nurses expressing their gratitude for receiving comforting, warm and healthy meals during their shifts. Although these were small acts of kindness, we felt that they were significant and within reach for our community. This is why we decided to start an online fundraiser to support those who are working tirelessly to keep us safe!”
Reaching £25,000 through our fundraiser would mean 5,000 hot meals delivered to NHS staff – together, let’s make it happen!
We will be donating all funds collected to Meals for the NHS which sends all money raised directly to local businesses who then prepare and deliver the food to our frontline heroes.