YEAR 12 STUDENTS TAKE ON THE TEN POUND CHALLENGE
Sixth form students have been taking part in the “Ten Pound Challenge”. Students in Year 12 were challenged to raise as much money as possible for charity. Each tutor group was given £10 to spend to see who could raise the most money in four weeks. There have been some great ideas includinG a dress-up day with many imaginative fancy dress costumes. Other events will include “Throw a wet sponge at a teacher”, “Guess the number of sweets in the jar”, bake sales, prize draws and a car wash.
Ms Richardson, Head of Sixth Form, said: “The ideas our students have come up with to raise money for charity have been excellent and we are all having fun along the way. I have been very impressed with how they have risen to the challenge, putting in so much effort to help others less fortunate than themselves. It has been a joy to see the students laughing, working together and there has been a wonderful feeling of fun in the sixth form.”
We look forward to sharing more details of each tutor group’s challenge and revealing how much they have raised.