One of our aims is to develop in the pupils a sense of right and wrong and provide the necessary encouragement for them to become responsible, self-disciplined citizens, who are receptive and respectful towards others.
This is often achieved by encouraging pupils to take part in fund-raising activities to support charities. The pupils usually decide which charities they would like to support, through their School Council meetings and the older pupils often organise the events. We are proud of our tremendous achievements in fund-raising for charity, as we have raised an amazing £7451 for charities from 2005 – 2015!
During the year (2015 - 2016), we raised a total of £750 for the following charities: Save The children (£100), BBC Children in Need (£120), NSPCC (£95), Candlelighters (£95) and Comic Relief (£120).
During the year (2016 - 2017), we raised a total of £1476 for the following charities: BBC Children in Need (£280), Christian Aid (£107), Martin House Children's Hospice (£719), Red Nose Day (£165) and Save The Children (£205).
During the year (2017 - 2018), we raised a total of £614 for the following charities: BBC Children in Need (£296), Children with Cancer UK (£170), Skipton Food Bank (£52) and Sport Relief (£96).
During the year (2018 - 2019), we raised a total of £985 for the following charities: BBC Children in Need (£340), Red Nose Day (£400), Shelter (£175) and WaterAid (£70).
During the year (2019 - 2020), we currently have raised a total of £692.10 for the following charities: Skipton Food Bank (£66), Starlight (£1), Children in Need (£331), The Save The Children Fund (£127.50), The Bethany Family (£96.50) and the Poppy Appeal (£70.10).