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November 17th 2017

Children in Need Fundraising

Friday, 17th November saw a Mufti Day for the whole school, with proceeds going to the charity chosen by the Sixth Form, which was Children in Need.

Over £1015 has been raised so far by the Fayre held by Sixth Form students at lunch time. This excludes the amount raised from students wearing their own clothes. 

A huge thank you goes to all the Sixth Form students and staff for their fantastic efforts towards a great cause.


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