Rihanna Smedley, in 5LC, went with her Grandad to the Embankment in Cotmanhay to take photos of the litter and rubbish bins. They also went to the recycling centre to donate clothes and shoes.
Faith Allan, in 4RW, has picked up litter on the way to school. She has also written a letter to the council asking for more dog bins so that members of the public can dispose of their dog waste.
Izaak Spencer, Daniel Severn and Samuel Eley-Kirk (from 6AK) went to Tesco to help pack bags for the public. They have raised money for cubs.
Daniel Severn and Samuel Eley-Kirk (from 6AK) visited a local Care Home to help with the gardening, serve the dinners and the boys played board games with the residents.
Imogen Trim, in 5SG, has helped homeless people in Nottingham City Centre by giving them food. Along with her family, she spent time in the City handing out food items and chatting with members of the public.
Gold activities Summer 2017
Congratulations to Harley Crate in 6MW who has achieved a gold sticker for participating at a football tournament at Nottingham Forest football ground. Harley played on the Forest pitch, showed excellent teamwork and was supported by many parents in the local community. Well done!
Gold activities Spring 2017
Well done to Sam Eley-Kirk, in Year 5, who visited a residential home and delivered homemade cakes.
Well done to Megan and Ella Bullen, in Year 5 and 3, who went to Arena church to help pack food bags for the food bank. Megan also ran a ‘bits and bobs’ stall in St Mary’s church in Wirksworth, and raised £40.50! The money will go towards the day to day running of the church.
Well done to Lily-Ella Dunmore, in Year 5, who made Easter sock bunnies to sell to friends and family. Lily then donated the £40 raised to school council who are currently raising money for outdoor playtime equipment and furniture for the quiet zone outside.